Tigo’s Corporate Communications Manager, Woinde Shisael and Tanzania Trade Development Authority (TanTrade)’s Head of Public Affairs and Communication, Theresa Chilambo said in Dar es Salaam during the weekend that this is the fourth year that they have worked as partners to ease communications at the annual trade show.
Shisael said the partnership is in support of the government’s efforts to enhance trade and the growth of local industries for the general prosperity of the country. She said in addition, the telco has also partnered with six device manufacturers to offer exclusive data and smartphone promotions to its customers who will be attending the trade fair.
“As we enter yet another exciting season of Saba Saba, we have prepared very attractive data and smartphone offers for our customers. We have partnered with Infinix, iTel, Nokia, Samsung, TECNO Mobile, and KaiOS, to offer our customers not only diversified options but the best data and smartphone solutions for their needs,” Shisael noted.
Customers will also be able to purchase all products at Tigo’s pavilion at the fairgrounds including smartphones with 96 gigabytes of free internet for a year and also get biometric SIM card registration while accessing Tigo Pesa services as well.
This year’s Sabasaba is commemorated under the theme, ‘Agricultural crop processing for continuous and sustainable development,’ which TanTrade and Tigo are supporting through their prpducts and services.
On her part, TanTrade’s Chilambo commented Tigo for being the trade authority’s trustworthy partner for the past three years or so. “The 43rd Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair will bring together local and foreign business people, manufacturers and innovators from not less than 35 countries across the globe. About 3,500 producers of goods and services are expected to exhibit their products and services during this year’s Ssaba Saba trade fair,” said Chilambo.