Comium introduces Loyalty Reward
Comuim, a mobile company rated by subscribers as Sierra Leone’s best choice in communication, has again hit the telecommunication market with another promotion, this time ‘Comuim Loyalty Reward’ a programme that will see Sierra Leoneans benefit as subscribers.
Comium’s Managing Director, Mike Carrol, past Friday revealed to journalists at a press conference held at Mamba Point Wilberforce in Aberdeen that as leaders of communication in Sierra Leone, his company is poised to providing value to monies subscribers use in the introduction of permanent loyalty reward programe.
The programme, he said, will offer Sierra Leoneans a true and sustained value for their money and represents real cost saving that applies to your business, work environment and extended family and friends.
He went on to say that Comuim as a company has a true market share value that encourages them to work harder and smarter in their effort to provide an assortment of services and corporate solutions to all Sierra Leoneans and that Comium welcomes aggressive competition; must be fair, legal, and acceptable in standards.
He noted that almost five weeks now, old and new GSM competitors have been contacting Comium subscribers, conveying deceitful information by falsely claiming there is an agreement that exists between them and Comuim in the exchanging or supplementing of Comium SIM cards with other SIM cards.
“My company has no such agreement and would never ever allow it happen,” Comium MD said.
Comium’s Director of Commercial Services, Joe Amara Bangali JNR, in his statement noted that Comium was the first mobile operator to introduce the lowest traffic in the country in 2005. Comium still offers the lowest regional traffic during every 24 hours daily nightly timeframe. He said further that Comium is the first to offer significant airtime bonuses for every recharge.
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