Wireless Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of airtel TANZANIA LIMITED
airtel TANZANIA LIMITED, a mobile phone operator, provides telecommunication services to individuals and businesses in Tanzania. Its services include GPRS services, such as Internet, WAP, and MMS; mobile top ups; SMS information services; prepaid plans; postpaid plans; international roaming; local and international text messages; customer care center services; and value added services. The company offers its services and mobile phones through a network of shops and dealers. airtel TANZANIA LIMITED was formerly known as Zain Tanzania Ltd. and changed its name in November 2010. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. airtel TANZANIA LIMITED operates as a subsid...
Airtel House,Corner of A.H Mwinyi Road & Kawawa Road
PO Box 9623
Dar es Salaam,
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for airtel TANZANIA LIMITED
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
airtel TANZANIA LIMITED Key Developments
Precision Air and AIRTEL Tanzania Partner on Ticketing
May 14 14
AIRTEL Tanzania has partnered with Precision Air to enable customers purchase tickets using Airtel Money service. This partnership will give Precision Air customers flexibility and an easy way of planning for their journey. This is through convenient purchase of their flight tickets using Airtel Money service from their comfort.
Airtel and Postal Bank in Tanzania Team Up to Offer Mobile Banking Services
Oct 23 13
Airtel Tanzania and Tanzania Postal Bank have entered into a partnership which will enable customers to access financial services through their cell phones. Airtel Money targeted the daily financial needs of consumers. The services offered as a result of the partnership would allow customers to take advantage of easy banking services.
Government Is Set To Start Talks To Buyback Tanzania Telecommunications
Mar 8 13
Tanzania's government is set to start talks to buy back a stake in a Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited from Airtel Tanzania Ltd, the local subsidiary of Bharti Airtel Limited, gaining full ownership of the telecoms provider, the president's office said. Government has not disclosed why it would buy back the 35% stake but the transaction will allow Government to increase its 65% stake in Tanzania Telecommunications and then seek new investors for the company. President Jakaya Kikwete discussed the transaction with Bharti Airtel Chairman, Sunil Bharti Mittal during a meeting in Dar es Salaam on Mach 7, 2013, the statement said.
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