Ecobank Transitional Incorporated (ETI) has been adjudged 2012 African Bank of the Year at the 6th edition of the African Banker Awards held on the sidelines of the just ended Annual General Meetings of the African Development Bank (AFDB) in Arusha, Tanzania.
Liberia’s premier GSM Company, Lonestar Cell MTN has given out more prizes to winners of its Mobile Money Promotion. The promotion, which began on 23 March 2012, has so far produced more than twenty winners that are Mobile Money users.
An eighty-four-years- old grandmother, Mae Horton of the Bye Pass community has been announced winner of the Lonestar Cell MTN text N win promotion for texting only one time.
The Lonestar Cell MTN “text ‘n’ win promotion” is expected to end in two weeks. Ahead of this, an unknown person has emerged as winner of the February 18, 2012 weekly draw, walking away with L$10,500.
A 28-year-old subscriber Stockton Yelekeh has won a brand new Hyundai Asante car worth US$16, 500.00 as a valentine gift from Lonestar cell/MTN.
Lonstar Cell MTN weekly raffle draw has again positively impacted the life of another Liberian. With a cash prize of L$10,500.00, Thomas Ampomah is the monthly winner for the month of January. He is reported to be the least monthly winner since the draw began last December.
Lonestar Cell MTN has intensified its engagement with subscribers in rural Liberia. Lonestar Cell MTN believes that Monrovia is not Liberia; hence, it must reach out to all its subscribers, particularly those living in the various counties.
Liberia’s leader in converged telecommunications and Partner of Choice continues to find creative ways to increase customers’ satisfaction and provide ease and convenience for all its subscribers. Lonestar Cell MTN believes that in all of its activities and operations, it must support the Liberian dream by supporting the Liberian national currency.
Lonestar Cell MTN, considering itself as a good corporate entity has presented 75 brand new Luggage Trolleys to the Management of the Roberts International Airport for the convenience of travelers.
The Management of Lonestar Communications Corporation or LCC has threatened legal action against the Liberia Telecommunication Authority or LTA for imposing a fine of US$225.000.00 on the Corporation.