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Get Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge From Tigo Ghana With Free 15GB Internet for 12 Months
 
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15-Apr-2015  
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Head of Mobile at Tigo Ghana, Tara Squire
 
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Ghana’s reliable mobile network operators, Tigo Ghana will be giving free 15GB internet service for 12 months to its customers who will purchase their newly launched Samsung latest flagship smartphones.

On record, Tigo Ghana is the first telco to offer the silky Samsung Galaxy S6 and its edge version on its network.

With a payment plan through Stanbic Bank Ghana, customers can pre-order the latest phone with a free wireless charge.

All these luxury offer was made known during the launch of the phones in Accra, Tuesday.

According to the Head of Mobile at Tigo Ghana, Tara Squire, the launch forms part of Tigo’s commitment to encourage vast number of Ghanaians to use smartphones.

He said, earlier introduction of the affordable but superior Samsung Galaxy handsets, in the famous "Drop That Yam" campaign, was to meet the digital lifestyle needs of a particular group of Ghanaians, and the Galaxy S6 range also come to meet the needs of a particular group.

Tara however explained that the S6 offer is designed to kill all excuses that prevent people from living a digital lifestyle, explaining that the flexible payment plan with Stanbic, the 15GB free for 12 months and the opportunity to use the free data on various channels on Tigo were carefully designed to make the user maximize the benefits from the device.
 
 
 
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