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Formerly known as Celtel Nigeria, the company was established in 2000, by a group of institutional and private investors as well as three state governments.
It made history on August 5, 2001 by becoming the first telecoms operator to launch commercial GSM services in Nigeria. In 2006, following Celtel International’s acquisition of majority stake in the company, it was re-branded Celtel and became an important part of Celtel’s pan-African operations spanning 14 countries.On August 1, 2008 Celtel Nigeria was rebranded Airtel Nigeria following the global acquisition of Celtel International by Airtel Group.
Airtel Nigeria, which currently covers over 1500 towns and 14000 communities across the six geopolitical zones of the country, scored a series of many other "firsts" in the highly competitive Nigerian telecommunications market including the first to introduce toll-free 24-hour customer care line-111; first to launch service in all the six geo-political zones in the country; first to introduce N500 recharge card; first to commence emergency service (Celtel 199); first to introduce monthly free SMS and first to introduce monthly airtime bonus.
Plot L2 Banana Island, Foreshore estate, Ikoyi, Lagos
Added by Hexgear at 3:50pm, Fri 28th August, '15 via pc
Yuzah has partnered Airtel Nigeria to launch its mobile app for the discovery and delivery of diesel, Nigeriancommunicationsweek reports.
The new mobile app, Yuzah, which was likened to ‘Uber for diesel’ in a recent interview with TechCabal, helps peo...More
MTN and Airtel are reporting that their mobile phone masts are coming under attack from gunmen in northern Nigeria who may be trying to elude police trackers through their phones. [i]webmaster_177.jpg[/i]...More
Added by Webmaster at 2:21pm, Tue 31st January, '12 via pc
Airtel Nigeria has just launched the Club 10 Hook music contest, a new platform for upcoming talented naija artistes. The Club 10 Hook is essentially, a competition aimed to birth a new club10 song featuring 2face.
To participate, dial 51555 from your a...More
Added by Webmaster at 1:14pm, Thu 26th January, '12 via pc
Expires: 6:00am, Sat 28th January, '12
Telco looking for Manager: Fixed Assets.
Educational Qualification: A degree in Accounting or business related course or other relevant numerate course.
Professional Accounting qualification in ACA/ACCA.
Work Experience: 8 to 10 years relevant experie...More