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Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Multi-Links unveils SelfCare portal

Multi-Links Telkom Nigeria has launched its Self Care Service portal for subscribers on the network, according to the Chief Corporate Affairs Officer (CCAO), Mrs. Ijeoma Abazie in a press statement made available to ITRealms Online.

Mrs. Abazie also said that the launch was in line with Multi-Links Telkom determination to take subscribers’ experience to a new height in customer satisfaction, effectiveness and efficiency.

She quoted the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), Multi-Links Telkom, Mr. Arif Hussain as saying this technology driven personalized interface, on service delivery, would enable every Multi-Links Telkom subscribers to engage in direct interaction with the business without the human element.

Multi-Links Telkom Self Care portal, Hussain explained, is an integrated self-service web solution enabling MLTL customers to enjoy virtual connection for customer service. This new service allows all customers to perform such actions as balance enquiry, change of personal data, activation and de-activation of services without the attendance of a call center agent or other operator representatives.

Hussain also said that customers using this portal would be able to subscribe to a new service, change contract status, view recent call history, view bills, check EV-DO balance, transfer money from their phone to other MLTL phone, view and recharge balances, view status history, assign contract to another member, family and friends, view request and value added service.

As said by him, the portal would equally afford customers to enjoy real-time delivery of detailed account information to subscribers at their own convenience, increased customer satisfaction through the provision of richer business functionalities to corporate clients, and customers do not have to call the Call Centre to resolve most complaints.

With the Self Care Portal, Hussain pointed out that customers would experience a convenient way to perform recharge activities.

“The new service also offers ability to recharge multiple products from the same convenient portal (i.e. Phones, Rocket Lite 1x and EV-DO). And it also offers greater flexibility for customers to interact with Multi-Links Telkom,” he said.

The acting CSMO said that the Self Service Solution has become a necessity for Multi-links Telkom as an operator to give customers greater flexibility on how they interact with MLTL services and to provide a suitable platform for future growth.

He said that subscribers are encouraged to activate the Customer Self Service functionalities of their phones and EVDO by logging on to https://selfcare.multi-links.com/jfn and signing in with the activation number that will be sent to their phone.

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2 comments:

Yoghurt said...

Of primary concern to all internet users is their actual connection to the internet.A user needs to look at all the factors and weigh the benefits and costs

•Reliability - is the connection available 24/7, or do you get a
busy signal?

•Speed - at what speeds can a user upload and download
files?

•Costs - what are the setup and monthly costs for the internet connection service?

•Support - is support available 24/7 and is it free or is there a cost associated with it?

•Availability - is the desired service available at your location?

Available options with good and bad features include:Local dial up with phone company (local isp) - While this many times is the simplest, often times, they are the most costly and support can be an issue. Speeds are typically the slowest at 26k to 56k connection speeds.

http://broadband-internet.ws43.com/

Lisdon said...

Why is it that i cannot view my recharge balance of my subscription as easy as other network providers?

Konga