Our Telekom on Monday 7th November 2016 has launched its refreshed Redhot prepaid mobile plans for Mobile Internet, Voice and text.
“A lot of work has gone into refreshing our Redhot plans, adding more value to our existing plans as well as introducing the new individual and bundled plans. Our new Redhot plans now provide more options for our customers, giving bigger data and more minutes and texts. We have also introduced new exciting bundle options for those customers who want an all-in-one convenient purchase for their mobile, voice and text needs”, said Arthur Yen, Chief Commercial Officer of Our Telekom.
The new Redhot plans comes with more data and minutes with the popular low price options being the 24 hours mobile internet data plan - $6 for 90MB and the $5 for 20 minutes voice plan.
In addition to individual plans, new bundled options branded as ‘Hello bundles’ have also been introduced.
The $12 and $60 Hello bundles offer more data and voice and a generous amount of texts. For bigger bundles the $450 Hello bundle is packed with 2GB data and 20 hours of talk time to any network plus 2,500 SMS. This plan lasts for a month and is ideal for small businesses or heavy users who want to better manage their monthly communication costs.
“Our Telekom is excited about these new prepaid mobile offers. Whilst we continue to expand our business reach with the biggest nationwide mobile presence, latest system upgrades as well as providing modern, comfortable and friendly customer service points of sales, we are constantly reviewing and improving our product line to deliver the best value for our customers. The new Redhot Plans are one of the many new offers that we will introduce as we approach the festive Christmas season and the new year”, said Loyley Ngira, Chief Executive of Our Telekom.
The Redhot Plans are available to prepaid mobile customers by dialing *155#. Customers can purchase the Redhot plans through their mobile credits.
Photo: Our Telekom Chief Executive Loyley Ngira and Chief Commercial Officer Arthur Yen displayed some of the brochures that contained the new RedHot Plans during the launching.