In a bid to Reinforce its Obligation in Investing Affordable and Quality Telecommunications Orange Liberia discloses recent and Accessible Home Internet Services
By Abdul Rahman Bangura–
NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN) Freetown, Sierra Leone- As a way to augment its allegiance to deliver inexpensive and excellence telecommunications in Liberia, the Management of Orange Liberia has undertaken a
modern product dubbed the “Home Internet Service.” The service is instantly usable to customers and packages vary from US$9 to US$59.
The Chief Sales Officer for Orange Liberia, Isaac Muthama notified a group of correspondents at the corporation’s Capitol Bypass office on November 18th, 2020 that the new service would offer a reasonable internet service for the whole family. He clarified that a family using the new Home Internet Service could amass extensively more money, than if they utilize their mobile data for browsing. “We are offering a wide range of services to match any budget,” stated Muthama. “there are packages from as low as $9 which gives the customer 10 GB of internet at a rapid speed of 3 mbps, to larger packages like our $29 packages which gives a customer 50GB of internet. Finally, for customers who consume a lot of data on downloading or streaming movies can go for our ultimate package for $59 which gives the customer 125GB of data at a mind blowing ultra-rapid speed of 5mbps.”
Regurgitating Muthama’s statement, Julien Paquier – Chief Marketing and Communications Officer at Orange Liberia emphasized that, the new service was part of the company’s way of alleviating the economic pressure of families. “We designed this product with families in mind. On the one hand, many families know that access to
internet is important for the growth and development of their children through online learning and there are more families who rely on the internet for entertainment. This Home Internet service provides a solution for the entire family and provide a full rollover (allowance and validity) between bundles of the same speed” let out Paquier.
Paquier elucidated that, the first 100 customers would merely have to pay $99 for the router which is annually sold for $109. The device is currently on sale at the following Orange Liberia shops and Total POS: Head office on the By-pass,13th Street Store, Redlight Store, Waterside POS, Rehab POS and Royal Hotel in Montserrado County. The service is currently available to certain locations in and around Central Monrovia but Orange says it hopes to promptly improve coverage areas.
For New Africa Business News (NABN) Abdul Rahman Bangura Reports, Africa Correspondent
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