AirtelTigo is currently the second largest telecommunications company operating in Ghana. It was launched in November 2017 as a result of a merger between Airtel and Tigo, two telecom operators in Ghana. The company currently has 400 retail outlets across the country and 2000 network footprints. AirtelTigo offers a range of services including voice calls, data, SMS, mobile money, and enterprise solutions.
As of today Thursday, the 22nd of June, 2023 AirtelTigo has officially change its name to AT, a move that has been long-awaited by many industry watch. The rebranding comes as part of the company’s efforts to streamline its operations, improve its service delivery and perhaps shape its path for the future without interferance of brand name of Airtel of Bharti and Tigo of Millicom. The new name, AT, reflects the company’s commitment to innovation and modernization, and it symbolizes the company’s new approach to doing business in a rapidly changing industry.
As AT, the company will continue to offer its customers the same great products and services they have come to expect, including fast and reliable internet, affordable calling rates, and innovative mobile solutions.
AT represents a new chapter in the evolution as a AirtelTigo since its merger and ownership transfer. We wait for a smooth transition of trade mark as for its customers and suppliers alike. With its fresh new look and innovative approach to doing business, AT is poised to become a leading player in the telecommunications industry both in Ghana and across the African continent.
The new identity mark
One wont be wrong to assert the relation of simplicity and common usage of acronym in today’s world the reason for the name change. Looking at ATMoney, ATM, and the current availability of the country level tlds.