Customers now can instantly redeem Airtel KhetheKhethe airtime royalty bonus

Effective March 1, 2021, customers can now instantly redeem KhetheKhethe airtime royalty bonus when they make a call, buy a bundle or use internet worth K1,000 and above.

Airtel’s acting Marketing Director, Thokozani Kamkondo-Sande

The past bonus reclaim system was through customers dialing *600# on the 14th of every month.

A statement from Airtel’s acting Marketing Director, Thokozani Kamkondo-Sande says the KhetheKhethe will now be more convenient and comes with more rewards to customers on any day of the month that they transact.

After buying airtime or data of K1,000 and above (in multiples of K1,000), the customers will get a notification SMS that they have received their instant bonus.

The details are using airtime to browse the Internet (data bonus of 100MB valid for a day); buying a data bundle (data bonus of 100MB valid for a day); using airtime to make a call (coming with a voice bonus of 5 minutes Airtel to Airtel) and buying a voice bundle (also with voice bonus of 5 minutes Airtel to Airtel)

All should be worth K1,000 and above (in multiples of K1,000) and to check one’s ‘Khethekhethe’ balance, dial *137#, said Kamkondo-Sande.

Headquartered in Lilongwe, Airtel Malawi Plc is the country’s leading mobile service provider offering 4G/LTE, 2G and 3G wireless networks and and high speed flat broadband internet services.

Airtel Malawi also offers the largest mobile commerce service in the country through Airtel Money which was launched in Malawi in February 2011.

It is a subsidiary of Airtel Africa Plc — a Pan-African telecommunications company with operations in 14 countries across Africa.

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Chilambantaka
Chilambantaka
1 month ago

Zabodza izi. Ife tagula kambiri mbiri ma units in multiples of 1000 Loma we havent received any bonus. I wonder where MACRA is when it comes to checking companies dumping its customers through such tricks.
On another note, the same Airtel has been duping its clients by telling them that one has a 90% discount when making a call only to realise the amount charged after that call is not reflecting the 90% discount.
Our media must stop publicizing these things before checking if what te company is saying is true.

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