Airtel Nigeria Overview
Airtel is a telecommunication company proving their services across the world.
They control their operation from a head office situated in New Delhi, India. In Nigeria, the company’s office situated in Lagos.
The company was founded on 7 July 1995. In Africa, the company offers its services in more than 17 countries.
It provides 2G and 3G service in Africa. In 2010, they acquired mobile operation from Zain which offers their telecommunication service in 15 African countries such as Congo, Congo Brazzaville, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda and many more.
On 13 January 2016, company operations in Burkina Faso and Sierra Leone was acquired by Orange. In Nigeria, the company provides its service to more than 39.8 million.
The company is the title sponsor of the Champions League Twenty20 cricket tournament.
They signed a five year deal of sponsorship. It is also the 3rd largest telecommunication in Nigeria.
In 2001, the company received Digital Mobile License for communication services in Nigeria whereas, on August
5, they became the first telecoms operator to release commercial GSM service.
The company awarded NTITA CSR Excellence Award in 2017. It was also named as Telecoms Brand of the Year in 2015 by African Leadership Magazine.
The company offers voice services in categories named as Plans, Bundles, Roaming International Calls, Call Service and Post-Paid.
It offers plans to name as SmartConnect, SmartTrybem SmartTalk 2.0, Smart Premier and Smart Valley.
They also provide call service named as call forwarding, call waiting, caller if, call barring, conference call, voice mail, do not disturb, service guide and many more.
The company also offers devices to customers named as MiFi, Router, and Dongle. The feature of the Dongle includes plug and play, single-user, easy to install and many more.