“We feel that it is important to give back to the communities in which we operate,” said Edward Shila, the promotions, sponsorship and public relations specialist. “Both donations show our commitment and development towards the livelihood of the country as we continue to strive to serve our customers with our innovative products and services,” he said.
The handing over ceremony was held this week on Campus, where the books were presented on behalf of Tigo by Shila. Receiving them on behalf of the University was the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academics, Prof Ludovick Kinabo, who was grateful to Tigo for the donation.
“I would like to thank Tigo for their continued support to the University,”
Tigo started operations in 1994 as the first cellular network in Tanzania. It now covers 26 regions in mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar. Tigo strives to be Tanzania’s most innovative mobile phone operator, offering services ranging from affordable mobile voice communications to high speed Internet access and mobile financial services through Tigo Pesa.
Tigo is part of Millicom International Cellular S.A (MIC) which provides affordable, widely accessible and readily available cellular telephony services to more than 43 million customers in 13 emerging markets in Africa and Latin America.
For further information visit: www.tigo.co.tz
Issued by: Alice Maro • PR-Tigo • Mobile +255 713 123754