Millicom offers a range of digital services to over 50 million customers primarily under the “Tigo” brand in 15 markets in Africa and Latin America. Its online partnerships are active in 32 markets. The Millicom of today was founded in 1990 and has been instrumental in bringing mobile telephony to billions of people across the globe. Since the 1990's, the firm’s revenue has been driven mainly by mobile phone services but also offers cable, broadband, e-commerce and other media. In March 2013 the company announced a new strategy to double annual revenue to $9bn in 2017.
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  • Internet.org App Launches in Colombia

    … Today, at an event in Bogotá, Colombia, Mark Zuckerberg and President Juan Manuel Santos announced the availability of Facebook’s Internet.org app for Tigo customers in Colombia. Through the app, Tigo customers in Colombia will have free access to government services including: Instituto Colombiano para la Evaluación de la Educación…

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  • Internet.org app coming to Kenya

    … Internet.org app coming to Kenya The Internet.org app is making its way around Africa. Facebook announced recently that it is rolling out the app for Airtel subscribers in Kenya. It is also currently available to Airtel members in Zambia and Tigo subscribers in Tanzania. Facebook blogged about this release: Today, at AfricaCom in Cape Town…

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  • Internet.org App Comes to Kenya

    …, Airtel customers will have free access to: AccuWeather BBC News BBC Swahili BabyCenter & MAMA BrighterMonday Daily Nation Facebook Facts for Life Girl Effect Jamii Forums Messenger OLX Scholars4Dev SuperSport Totohealth UNICEF Ebola Information Wattpad Wikipedia Providing free basic services is one way to demonstrate the value of the internet and we’ll continue to bring the app and basic services to other parts of the world. …

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  • Internet.org App Launches in Tanzania

    … in Tanzania beyond just free Facebook to include access to a suite of basic services in health, education, communication, finance, jobs and local information. By providing more people with affordable access to technology and tools, we can accelerate the process of connecting everyone. Tigo head of data and devices David Zacharia added: Through our partnership with Facebook, we aim to increase digital inclusion by encouraging even more Tanzanians to go online. Image courtesy of Shutterstock. …

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  • Internet.org App Launches in Tanzania

    … Starting today the Internet.org app will be available to Tigo subscribers in Tanzania. The app, launched to Airtel subscribers in Zambia in July, provides people with free access to basic internet services so they can browse useful health, education, finance, employment, communication and local information and services without data charges…

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