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Zamtel introduces Special Data Bundle for Presidential Inauguration

Telecommunications giant Zamtel has announced that it will offer its customers a special data bundle in celebration of the inauguration of Zambia’s seventh President Mr. Hakainde Hichilema.

The special offer dubbed 7 for Seven will allow Zamtel customers purchase 7 GB data at a reduced price of 7 Kwacha.

The offer will run from today, August 23rd to Tuesday, August 24th and is valid for 24 Hours.
Commenting on the offer, Zamtel Acting Chief Commercial Officer Keith Banda said the gesture is meant to allow customers celebrate the special national occasion by enjoying world class communication services at a reduced price.

Mr Banda said the inauguration ceremony for President-Elect Mr Hichilema is a celebration of Zambia’s democracy hence the need to allow Zamtel customers a chance to stream the inauguration ceremony and connect with family and friends at a reduced price.

“As a customer focused organisation, we saw it fit to introduce a dedicated bundle in celebration of this momentous occasion for Zambia. We are celebrating a functioning democracy and as a proudly Zambian organisation, we believe that 7 for Seven will help our customers stay connected over the next two days,” Mr Banda said.

He added, “As a nation, we are witnessing history on Tuesday as yet another smooth transfer of power takes place when Mr Hichilema takes oath of Office.

Zamtel is very proud of this achievement and wishes to join the nation in celebrating this milestone.”

7 for Seven can be activated by dialling *422# and choosing option 7.

This is according to a press statement issued by Changwe Kabwe-Corporate Communications Manager.

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