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Lonestar Cell MTN Unveils Perks for Most Loyal CustomersLonestar Cell MTN Unveils Perks for Most Loyal Customers

first_imgA Prestige member receiving a prize at MTN Prestige launchThe Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Lonestar Cell MTN, Uche Ofodile, says the company has the most loyal customers in Liberia and that the company remains prepared to providing the best services for them.Madam Ofodile made the remarks on Friday at the re-launch of Prestige Customers program held at the Ministerial Complex in Congo Town, which was attended by some of the company’s longstanding customers.MTN Prestige is designed to celebrate loyal customers/companies for being the “Suns in the company’s solar system”. It features exclusive rewards designed for customers to enjoy themselves and share with their loved ones. MTN Prestige customers can enjoy priority service in all Lonestar Cell MTN service centers/stores, a dedicated customer service helpline, and amazing discounts from Lonestar Cell MTN partners.MTN Prestige offers come in several prices: $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. Customers can enjoy minutes to Lonestar, other networks, international calls, data and they can even enjoy their data while traveling.For customers to enjoy any of the offers on Prestige, all they need to do is ensure they spend $5 or more for a minimum of six (6 months), and dial *222# to subscribe. The more a customer spends on the MTN network, the bigger the rewards and benefits they get to enjoy.The program, held on Friday, October 4, 2019, was graced by ECOWAS Special Representative to Liberia, Ambassador Tunde Ajisomo; the Managing Director of the General Service Agency (GSA), Mary T. Broh; representatives of the Royal Grand Hotel, Ecobank Liberia, the United Bank of Africa (UBA), the Liberia Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI), and others.“MTN Prestige is also a world where bright and brilliant things happen every day for special kind of person,” Yaw Ankoma Agyapong, Chief Marketing Officer of Lonestar Cell MTN said. At the event, some of the customers won smartphones loaded with internet bundles.Madam Ofodile said the company has improved its network as requested by valued customers, thereby ensuring that Lonestar Cell MTN is the best choice for telecommunications services in Liberia.“Today, we are re-launching MTN Prestige but, this time, it’s different because it’s what you (customers) have asked the company to do. Thank you for choosing Lonestar Cell MTN. We recognize that you choose us every day, which is a choice and we are privileged to be that special choice.” she said.Madam Ofodile added, “Customers will enjoy the prestige bundles, because it’s something that no one has heard about anywhere.“About a year ago, we spoke to some of you, our highest value customers, who have been with Lonestar Cell MTN for years and continue to show loyalties. You recommended for us to keep recognizing you, something the company stopped doing according to you,” Madam Ofodile narrated.She further expressed gratitude to the many customers who abandoned their evening schedules to be with Lonestar Cell MTN to witness the re-launch of the program.Yaw A. Agyapong, Lonestar Cell MTN’s Chief Marketing Officer, told customers that with Prestige, a portion of every dollar on MTN Prestige will be donated to charity. He said priority will be given to MTN Prestige customers who will visit the company service centers.“As MTN Prestige customers, you can use your data at home (Liberia) or in countries where MTN has a presence or partner, including Canada and the United States of America,” Mr. Agyapong said.He continued: “With some of the most innovative products, bundles and offers ever launched in Liberia, MTN Prestige customers are among the unique few who, for the first time on any network in Liberia, will benefit from these awesome, reserved and rewards.”Lydia Nimely, one of the valued customers, said she was excited about the re-launch of prestige, especially the accompanying evening activities including songs.“I love the entire Africa collections particularly the Nikita & Girls which shows that there is something unique about Liberia. Lonestar Cell MTN was actually born into our hands, especially for some of us who were here.” Madam Nimely said.She continued “I’m falling in love with Lonestar Cell MTN. I’m grateful to be a part of the MTN family. Lonestar Cell MTN has done an excellent job and we will continue to be with you.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Angels may foil three-quelAngels may foil three-quel

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! And don’t forget who the stars of this production are … Wonder if managers Mike Scioscia and Ozzie Guillen have gotten the memo from Major League Baseball and the Fox network. The one about their Angels and White Sox not giving the Yankees and Red Sox too much trouble in the American League divisional series. MLB and Fox are panting, salivating over the idea of a third consecutive New York-Boston AL C The suits certainly would consider it impudent if the Angels or White Sox interfered with tharatings bonanza. We’re just going to guess Scioscia and Guillen and their guys would love to upset a Bosox-Bombers ALCS three-quel. Even if the Angels and White Sox each rank as slight underdogs, to our way of thinking.The Angels’ 14-2 charge to the finish gives them home field against the Yankees, which certainly doesn’t hurt. But they can’t afford to lose two at home, as they did last year vs. Boston, before the best-of-five seriYankees Mystique doesn’t mean much to the Angels, who are 49-47 vs. New York during Joe Torre’s tenure – making them the only team in ball with a winning that time.You think Red Sox-White Sox, and beyond the idea of hosiery, you also consider “curses.” The Red Sox were famous for the Curse of Bambino. But the White Sox are infamous for throwing the 1919 World Series. Tanking the Fall Classic is a far bigger crime than selling Babe Ruth to the Yankees. If you want to talk about bad karma, the White Sox have tons. They haven’t won a World Series since 1918; they haven’t played in it since 1959.The Dodgers used 44 players this season, including 20 pitchers. That’s what you do whNonissue of the year: The Dodgers taking players’ names off jerseys, prompting carping by some L.A. journos. USC’s football team goes without names, and Troy suits up 100 guys. If it’s OK for USC, why not the Dodgers?Dodgers manager Jim Tracy could have a two-year extension by the middle of this week. Or he could be fired. A sort of extreme range of possibilities. May want to put off buying another home in Claremont till later in the wSan Diego’s loss to the Dodgers on Saturday assured the Padres of taking the worst record into the postseason in baseball history. They are 82-80; the 1Have to love the first week of October. Baseball playoffs, all levels of football going strong, the NHL returning, NBA camps opening – and the latter stages of the NASCAR Chase for the Cup.College football needs stronger measures against dirty hits on defenseless quarterbacks. The helmet-to-chin cheap shot Arizona State linebacker Robert James laid on USC’s Matt Leinart was inexcusably late and almostgame. All it cost ASU and James was a 15-yard penalty. It could have cost Leinart his health and USThe NFL has the right idea about late hits and cheap shots. It fines somebody $25,000 seemingly every week, and has suspended players, as well. The NCAA at least could order a suspension. Till then, look for more vicious defenders to launch themselves at the Leinarts of the game.USC-Notre Dame is a big game again, and all is right in the world. The 12th-ranked Irish are 4-1 and have amassed 500 yards of offense four times. They have the week off before welcoming the Trojans to South Bend on Oct. 15.New challenge for the Trojans this week: A bad team, in the Coliseum. Which USC team will show up against hapless Arizona? The one that struggled for 30 minutes at Oregon and ASU, or the one that had huge second halves at Eugene and Tempe?Close call Saturday for the Bruins, who apparently were lounging on their laurels after defeating Oklahoma. No way undermanned Washington should have them on the ropes into the final minute. And here comes a tougher challenge: Cal.The intrepid/deranged SoCal football fan can see both the Trojans and Bruins on Saturday. Or most of both games, anyway. USC at the Coliseum at 12:30, UCLA at the Rose Bowl at 4:30. It’s the second (and last) time this season USC and UCLA are home on the same day.Hard to imagine UCLA’s stubby Maurice Drew as an every-down back in the NFL. But he could be a standout punt/kick-returner of the Darren Sproles sort. Sproles, at 5-6, is even shorter than the 5-8 (or so) Drew.The presumably puny Pac-10 has five teams ranked in the Top 25: USC (1), Cal (10), Arizona State (17), UCLA (20), Oregon (25).Three prominent 2005 quarterbacks are named Drew – San Diego’s Brees, Dallas’ Bledsoe and UCLA’s Olson. We can’t think of any QB Drews before those.Televised college football five nights a week seems excessive (perhaps vaguely pathological) to some, but we like it fine. It gives football wonks live games featuring exotic teams. This week: Troy vs. North Texas on Tuesday, Miami (Ohio) vs. Northern Illinois on Wednesday, N.C. State vs. Georgia Tech on Thursday, Syracuse vs. Connecticut on Friday. All on ESPN or ESPN2.Add the name Roy Jones Jr. to the lengthy list of boxers who hung around too long. Jones won his first 49 fights, and has lost his last three. Time to go, Roy.Who would win a fight between George Steinbrenner and Al Davis?Kudos: To Marcus Soward’s football prognosticating abilities. On Friday, San Bernardino High School’s coach said USC would defeat Arizona State 34-31. (The final: 38-28.)Condolences: To Marcus Soward, an ASU alumnus and starting cornerback for its 11-1 1996 team.Look-alikes: Angels outfielder Steve Finley, comedian Jon Stewart.Where are they now? Luis Zendejas, 43, placekicking standout at Chino’s Don Lugo High School and Arizona State, and a pro with the Cowboys and Eagles in the 1980s, is Director of Community Relations for the Arizona Cardinals.They said it: “The whole lineup’s much stronger. . . . I think we’re in better shape now than we had been at any point toward the end of last year.” – Angels manager Mike Scioscia, on entering the playoffs.And finally: Maybe an Angels-White Sox ALCS wouldn’t be The End of the World, for Fox. Los Angeles and Chicago are the country’s Nos. 2 and 3 markets, after all. — Paul Oberjuerge’s column appears Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Readers may write him at [email protected]last_img read more