Etisalat Nigeria, has extended nationwide access of its TalkZone, the dynamic discount tariff offer that allows customers to enjoy up to 98% discount on calls made to etisalat lines and up to 20% discount on calls made to other networks.
This unique service which offers customers call rates as low as 1k/sec is now available to all the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
TalkZone special discount tariff offer was first introduced in October 2010 in five north eastern states of the country, and later expanded between February and July this year to 30 states. Now the telecommunications giant has further extended the tariff offer to six more states, namely Nassarawa, Edo, Rivers, Ogun, Lagos and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
Oluwole Rawa, director, Marketing Segments and Strategy, the Etisalat TalkZone tariff offer is available to its easystarter and easycliq subscribers and gives customers the opportunity to enjoy flexible discounts on calls made to all networks.
Explaining the mechanics of the tariff, Rawa said: ‘’Migrating to TalkZone from easystarter or easycliq is easy and free. You only need to dial *244*8# to migrate to TalkZone. That’s all! There is no cost or reduction of your credit at all! But if you would like to return to easycliq from TalkZone, dial *244*1#. Likewise, to opt out of TalkZone and return to easystarter, dial *244*2#.”
He further reiterated Etisalat’s commitment to delighting its customers by giving them value for money. “The number one focus at Etisalat is customer satisfaction, and the essence of this discount offer is to give all our subscribers value for their money no matter what part of the country they are calling from,” he said.
He added that it is a way of further encouraging subscribers who have been loyal to the network to do more talking and in turn, achieve more in their businesses or pleasure each day. “What is the essence of belonging to a network, when you cannot talk as long as you want? Etisalat gives you that pleasure and value, no matter how much airtime you load and anywhere you are in Nigeria,’’ Rawa said.