Tigo Rwanda reduces local and international call rates

Kigali, Rwanda –, Tigo Rwanda has announced that their customers can now call anyone on any of the 3 networks in the country at a rate of only Frw 35 per minute.

The same affordable rate applies to all calls made to any operator in USA, India, China and Canada.

 

Announcing the launch of the new rate, Yaw Ankoma Agyapong, Tigo Rwanda’s Chief Commercial Officer said: “The launch of this tariff is a response to our customers’ need for a communications product that offers great value and a simple way to stay in touch with friends and family here in Rwanda and also abroad.”

 

These new rates are available for all new and existing customers of the popular network.  

 

In addition to the reduced call rates, Tigo customers will also be able to send Tigo-to-Tigo SMSs for Frw 15 per SMS. After a customer pays for the first 3 Tigo-to-Tigo SMSs in a day, they can send Tigo-to-Tigo SMSs for free for the rest of the day until midnight.

Customers can also send SMSs to other networks in Rwanda for Frw 15 per SMS.

 

For more details visit our website www.tigo.co.rw or go to Tigo Rwanda’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/RwandaTigo

 

About Tigo Rwanda

 

Currently, Tigo Rwanda has over three million customers and has invested over US $310 million from 2009 to date.   Tigo Rwanda provides 4G LTE on mobile for both prepaid and post-paid customers.  Tigo Rwanda was awarded as the ‘Most Innovative Service’ at Africa Com 2014, for international mobile money transfers with integrated currency conversion between Tigo Rwanda and Tigo. In 2016 Tigo Rwanda became the first telecom operator in Africa to sign the Connected Women Commitment Initiative.

 

Tigo Rwanda is owned by Millicom, a leading telecommunications and media company uniquely dedicated to emerging markets in Latin America and Africa. It provides mobile, mobile financial, cable and satellite services to more than 57 million customers in twelve countries, primarily under the Tigo brand. Tigo has been operating in Africa since 1993, in Rwanda since 2009, and serves more than 25 million customers in Africa.