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TT is closer to its customer with new tariffs and equipment and 18 stores across the country
Sunday, 24 March 2013 00:18
Ten years of history and a look into the future …

TT is closer to its customer with new tariffs and equipment and 18 stores across the country

  • Launch of the first tariff without obligation;
  • Diversification and segmentation of tariff options;
  • Democratization of Internet access on all equipment;
  • Significant reduction in prices of tariff plans and post-paid;
  • Most innovative solutions and services;
  • Network of most sophisticated shops and with a significant presence across the country.

Committed to the development of society in Timor-Leste in its various dimensions, Timor Telecom (TT) has launched the first tariff without obligation, the Toke Livre, anchored in a new portfolio of services and facilities and a network of 18 stores nationwide. With more diversified global offer and a stronger presence in Timor-Leste, TT assumes a new position, channeling its mature and organizational experience to a more closer degree with each Timorese persons.

In terms of voice tariffs, TT currently integrates the highest offer ever, more targeted and appropriate to the needs of different use of telecommunications in Timor-Leste. In the new TT's portfolio stands out from the Toke Livre logo, which does not require downloads and provides a sharp drop calls whenever they are verified (eg, 15 cents / min to 9 cents / min). Being a family and friends oriented, TT offers the service TT Amigos, with a 50% discount, after 1st minute for three numbers to choose from. Thinking of the younger ones, TT will soon launch Diak, a community service that focuses calls, SMS and data between clients with the same tariff. Also a logical segment of the offer, the service will be launched TT Fun, minute packages for prepaid that will serve as additive to the customers with a more intensive use of the phone.

Aiming to democratize access to data, TT now allows customers to connect to the Internet via mobile phones, with $ 0.04 per MB by default on every tariff. We also recently launched the Mobile Internet Packs for pre and post-paid (between 1 and 30USD, with a proportional validity between 2 and 30 days). Soon there will be news in the provision of Mobile Broadband, with discounts 50%. In equipment, stands at 45% reduction in the value of Mobile Broadband 3G cards, which went from 45 USD to 25 USD.

Additionally, the portfolio of TT presents a more competitive options, especially in voice prepaid plans a decline of almost 60% of calls with the latest pricing, the Toke Livre (from $ 0.21 to $ 0.09) in postpaid plans a reduction of 45% on calls within the TT network (from $ 0.18 to $ 0.10) and on the SMS, a significant decline in price (from $ 0.08 to $ 0.06 in pre- paid, and $ 0.07 to $ 0.06 in post-paid). There are also on the new TT services recharge turbo, 5 and 10 extra minutes of talk time (3 USD to 7 USD, respectively).

To enrich the set of innovative services recently launched, highlighting the Kredit Lai allowing to talk at some point even without credit and has been well received in the market, the TT is committed to creating other solutions that translate to an asset to the customer. Shortly, TT customers can receive alerts on their phone with the latest news and information direct links to the social networks, anytime, anywhere.

The TT terminal offer is also being expanded and refined, in order to accompany the most avant-garde technology trends. Currently, TT offers a portfolio of equipment to suit all telecommunications tastes and levels of consumption - high, medium and low ranges - among which include everything from the most basic phones to smartphones and tablets such as iPhone 4, the Samsung Galaxy Note, iPad 3, among others.

The diversification of TT offer is anchored in a fundamental pillar for a telecommunications company: its network distribution and the level of customer relations. Over the past few months, TT has opened three stores in Dili (two in the Timor Plaza Hotel and one in Hotel Timor) and remodeled the stores in the capital such as in Audian and Landmark and the districts of Baucau, Manatuto and Gleno. By the end of February, will reopen the stores in Lospalos and Maliana and, by the second half of 2013, the remaining stores will be remodeled in the districts of Aileu, Ainaro, Liquica, Oecusse, Same, Suai and Viqueque. In total, TT has a network of distribution of 18 stores (six in Dili and another twelve in district capitals), marking the presence throughout the map of Timor-Leste.

Recalling that TT, to celebrate its ten years of activity, launched a campaign of recharge credits with attractive prizes, within which were recently raffled bikes among its customers with recharges greater than 1USD, and at the last phase of the campaign was awarded a car. Also to mark the 10th Anniversary, TT associated itself with the area of music and promoted the first music festival for TT, TT TOKE Rock, where several local bands marked their presence, showing that Timor Telecom supports and promote and disseminate music and Timorese culture.

Telecommunications Operator for Landline and Mobile Network in Timor-Leste with ten years of history, TT walked in tandem with all Timorese from the first moment of its foundation in 2002, adapting technology as a facilitator in the lives of its more than 600,000 customers and simultaneously promoting communication as an essential agent of approach and contact between all Timorese.