Telecommunication service provider, Airtel Nigeria has signed a strategic retail partnership deal with the multinational energy corporation, Oando with aim to further extend its retail outlets across Nigeria, ITnewsafrica reports.

Airtel said both companies signed the MOU in order to serve more customers across the country owing to Oando’s marketing influence and expertise. The deal with Oando will see the telco locate its stores and experience centers at Oando service stations across the country.

“This will give Airtel customers access to telecommunications services at over 300 Oando branches across the country,” an Airtel representative said. Airtel expects this will help it deliver better services, more products and an increased customer service opportunities for the company and its subscribers.

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