Leading telecommunications services provider, Airtel Nigeria, has unveiled the repackaged SmartTrybe, a youth-centric offering that offers pocket-friendly call and data rates as well as irresistible freebies to customers.
Smart Trybe was unveiled with a colourful party held at Victoria Island, Lagos on Friday.
The new product also promises the best rates on data and calls to all networks.
For the subscribers, smartTRYBE offers an amazing exclusive data deal and night browsing for favourite music, movies and TV series all in a bid to ensuring customers never miss any action. Effectively, subscribers also enjoy an unbeatable special weekend offer.
For Trybe special data subscribers stand to enjoy 1GB for just N500 only with 7days validity. Trybe night browsing affords the customers 500MB and 1.5GB to browse from 12am – 5am for N25 and N50 respectively. Calls are at 11k/secs after the first minute at 20k/sec. Trybe weekend offers 250mb plus 30 airtel minutes all weekend at just N200.
The event commenced with a red carpet graced by dignitaries, celebrities and upcoming artists across the entertainment industry.
The evening witnessed series of events to the delight of the guests. The Karaoke competition was won by Miss Morenike Badru – MO- who performed Beyounce’s ‘If I were a boy’. She was rewarded with ten thousand naira worth of airtime. Oluwadamilola Kusagba – Dammy Kush- emerged winner of the dancing competition. She also got ten thousand naira worth of airtime.
Celebrities at the event include singer Timi Dakolo, Winner of 2015 Airtel One Mic competition, Ace Tune, newly crowned Airtel Voice Nigeria queen, Arese, upcoming artists Chile, OJD. Tribe of Judah Dance group also added spark to the night with energetic dancing steps.
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