Airtel Zambia Plc says it will wait to hear more on the motion that Parliament has adopted regarding the prohibition of expiry dates on Internet bundles purchased by customers from various service providers.
Last week, Parliament unanimously adopted a motion moved by Nalikwanda UPND member of parliament Professor Geoffrey Lungwangwa to abolish the expiration of Internet data bundles provided by mobile service providers.
Responding to a press query from News Diggers! on how business would be affected if the motion was to finally be effected into law, Airtel head of corporate communications and government relations, Yuyo Kambikambi stated that Airtel would wait to hear more on the outcome of the motion from Parliament.
“Airtel places utmost importance in observing the laws of the land and, ultimately, providing superior services to all its customers. We are an entity that follows due processes, and are a law-abiding company; therefore, we wait to hear more on the motion from Parliament on the matter concerning the prohibition of expiry dates on Internet bundles purchased by customers. We remain committed to providing the best possible service that is safe and secure through our robust network,” stated Kambikambi.
MTN did not respond to a press query by press time.