Welcome to the 23rd episode of JBKlutse Weekly. In this week’s blog, we’ve taken a look at the telecommunication industry where exciting things happened this week. We have noticed a particular trend — one telco launches a new product to get the customer’s focus and then another competitor launches a juicy freebie with the same motive.
We don’t know if it’s appropriate to call it competition yet, but if the industry is trying to stay on top of their game because they don’t want to fall out, then we love the new development. Competition does surely make “people” better.
So enjoy this episode and many other exciting stories. You can as well check out our previous episodes, and oh, please take a moment to subscribe to our Newsletter if this mail was forwarded to you. Also, join us on Telegram to enjoy amazing content from us.

[Free Calls]

AirtelTigo free morning offer: How to activate for 6 months unlimited talk-time + more –  AirtelTigo’s newest offer –free morning offer– is to give customers free calls and free transfer to AirtelTigo Money customers for six months. Read more.

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[PHD Scholarship]

The Mo Ibrahim Foundation is inviting applications for Ph.D. Scholarships (2021) – Is governance and development in Africa a thing you’re passionate about? Does the prospect of studying a Ph.D. at a leading global university appeal to you? If yes, then, the Mo Ibrahim Foundation has got two PhD scholarships available for any African nationals who are looking to complete their studies at SOAS – University of London. Read more.

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[Facebook Tricks]

Be More Zuckerberg: 10 Facebook hacks and tricks everyone should know – You may have been on FB for years, but you might still have more to learn. Read on as we look at some Facebook hacks and tricks that everyone should know. Read more.

[Mobile Money]

Vodafone Cash waives transaction charges as MoMo competition heats up – In its clearest indication yet — that it is ready to take MTN Mobile Money on — Vodafone Cash waives transaction charges across networks to make payments on the platform come at no extra cost to the subscriber.

By waiving these fees, Vodafone Cash has made it clear to subscribers as well as the other telco-managed mobile money platforms — that transaction charges or fees can be done away with — without the service provider running at a loss. Read more.
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Other things we’re reading:

  • Samsung unveils new products at 2020 Unpacked event – Read more.

  • Find out how you can enjoy up to 50% payment discount on MTN Mash-Up: Read more.

  • You can now send money to all networks for free with Vodafone cash – Read more.

  • NBA feature: The ‘Greek Freak’ of West African Heritage – Read more.

  • Emirates Skywards introduces over 1,500 new ways to earn Miles – Read more.

  • MEST Africa Challenge 2020: $50,000 up for grabs on August 12 – Read more.

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