Zantel offer for Ramadhan to allow customers communicate affordably

24Apr 2020
Correspondent
Dar es Salaam
The Guardian
Zantel offer for Ramadhan to allow customers communicate affordably

AS Muslims start fasting to mark the Holy Month of Ramadhan, Zantel has announced price cuts for its services to allow customers stay in touch with their loved ones while enhancing their spiritual life through customized Islamic contents.

Head of Zantel Zanzibar, Mohammed Mussa.

Speaking during the launch in Zanzibar yesterday, Head of Zantel Zanzibar, Mohammed Mussa wished Moslems a happy period of spiritual cleansing and fasting. “We understand that Ramadhan is the period to build good relationships with family and friends that is why we introduced this offer to keep our customers connected with their loved ones throughout the period,” Mussa said.

The offer provides the Muslim community with a variety of Islamic contents that are relevant during the month including prayers, Iftar alerts and Quran phases. Commenting about the offer, Zantel’s Head of Products and Pricing, Aneth Muga said the offer targets all pre-paid subscribers who will purchase enhanced daily, weekly and monthly packages.

“This offer is one of its kind and it provides our customers with high value at affordable rates. Customers who will buy daily package worth 1,000/- and weekly bundle of 2,000/- or monthly pack of 10,000/- will get Zantel to other networks minutes , free SMS, free Islamic contents including networks minutes , free SMS, free Islamic contents including five prayers alert in all the prayer timings,” Muga said.

Zantel is the leading operator in Zanzibar and has maintained its leadership through the completion of its network modernization as well as the improvement in quality of its products and services. Its mobile money platform, Ezypesa is the first service in the country to offer both conventional and mobile Islamic banking services in partnership with People’s Bank of Zanzibar in Zanzibar. Zantel is the leading wholesale bandwith capacity player in Tanzania and managed two fibre optic EASSy and SEAS undersea cables with landing points at Zantel Park in Dar es Salaam.