Bharti Airtel in Kenya yesterday gifted its Premier customers born in 1963, as Kenya celebrated Madaraka Day, the day that the country attained internal self-rule, preceding full independence from the United Kingdom on 12 December the same year.
The gifting was aimed at appreciating top Premier customers who have been on the network for over 10 years. Each of the selected customers received a gift hamper which contained a Premier branded power bank, Airtel Premier VISA card and a Premier catalogue.
In a statement, Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi said that the gifting is one of the ways that the company is extending its gratitude to Premier customers who have been loyal to the brand. “This will go a long way in ensuring that customers feel appreciated for being loyal to our brand and products. This is our true Airtel spirit and our Kenyan spirit.” said Mr. El Youssefi.
The Airtel premier club is an exclusive club to Airtel pre-paid and post-paid diamond and platinum customers; It is an exclusive package that seeks to meet the needs of those looking for an individually tailored service, enabling club members to have personalized services such as credit facilities, relationship managers, a premier branded Airtel money visa card, an exclusive website, free SIM replacement and priority pass card services among other benefits.
Recently, Airtel Premier Mothers received exclusive Mother’s day royal treatment at the Nairobi Serena Hotel. These Airtel Premier mothers who have been on the Airtel Network for over ten years got massages, pedicures, manicures and a lunch treat for free.