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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

LASPOVOND commends MTS

Commercial Telephone Operators (CTOs) under the aegis of Lagos State Association of Phone Operators, Vendors and Distributors (LASPOVOND), has commended the pioneer wireless telecommunications operator, MTS FirstWireless Limited, over what the group called customer-friendly disposition.

The commendation came from the group’s president, Oladeji Amusat, who led a delegation of LASPOVOND executive on a visit to the corporate headquarters of MTS in Lagos.

Amusat said that the telco has continued to endear MTS services to the hearts of its numerous subscribers, making it a preferred first choice offer for potential subscribers.

“MTS is the most affordable of available networks in Lagos and one that is capable of meeting the telephone requirements of individual subscribers as well as those of corporate users,” he said.

Mr. Amusat added that his association is overwhelmed by the genuine concern of MTS to create easier access and opportunities for a wider-spectrum of people in Lagos to communicate with their families and friends by eliminating the inhibitions of cutthroat tariffs and phone prices.

He also commended the flexibility and reliability of the MTS’ business centre package, code-named (Hot Profit), describing it as a rain of bumper harvest for subscriber-operators.

He enjoined commercial telephone operators in the city to avail themselves of the offer while it lasts.

Receiving the visitors, Public Relations Officer of the company, Omor Bazuaye, assured that the company would continue to maintain its form and especially the customer-friendly orientation while evolving latest ways to delight and reward existing subscribers to the network.

“As a business concern, MTS is driven more by a commitment to provide a simple, dependable and affordable world class telecommunications service delivery to our numerous subscribers. We keep this as a corporate promise; one that is not negotiable in the face of exiting competition,” he said.

Bazuaye also said the company is excited by its current impact in the market and would continue to dazzle with unbeatable offers such as its ‘Hot Profit’ offer and the free as well as unlimited on-net (MTS-MTS) calls currently being enjoyed by its subscribers during off-peak periods, Monday to Friday with a treat of marathon free on-net calls at weekends.

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