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Wednesday, November 07, 2007

MTS goes to Lagos fair with VAS

Wireless Telecommunications Operator, MTSFirst, has gone to the Lagos International Trade Fair, which kicked off at the weekend with a wide range of Value Added Services (VAS).

Public Relations Officer (PRO) at MTSFirst, Mr. Omor Bazuaye, said that the bouquet of offers MTS is showcasing at the trade exhibition were designed to meet the telecommunications needs of both the private and corporate users.

He also said MTSFirst is ready to shoot down all competition at the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) pavilion with a variety of the state-of–art Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)-enabled handheld and desktop phones for both the upwardly mobile and low-end private users at pocket-friendly prices.

According to him, available on the MTS stand at the fair is the sleek flip-open, camera page plus cellular, LG VX 6100 for just N6,000, Motorola C341a at N3,000 and Dowtel WS 4000.

He said with this price slash, more customers now have a renewed chance to benefit in the on-going free on-net calls from Monday to Friday and an unlimited marathon service of free on-net calls at weekends.

The telco also said it has taken to the fair its award winning package called the Close User Group (CUG).

He explained that the CUG is a tariff platform, which places users in a particular group on zero-call rate and reduces on-net calls outside the group to as low as N3.00 per minute for corporate customers.

Equally on parade, he said is another top-of-the-class product, the eHot Profit, of a package designed to promote the activities of commercial telephone and business centre operators and one which has become highly regarded in the market as a result of its attractive tariff.

Adding that it allows operators to make calls to the Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) calls at N16.50k per minute and its flexible booster arrangement that enables subscriber-operators to load daily, weekly or monthly.

The telco further said it would complement its array of products at the fair with its newly enhanced, high-speed Internet service, all at unbeatable acquisition and subscription charges.

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