The Lonestar Cell MTN over the weekend gave away over sixty cell phones to its value subscribers through a mini raffle draw held for those who watched the World Cup final at the GSM Company headquarters in Congo Town, outskirt of Monrovia.
The Government of Liberia is in high-level consultations with the management of Delta Airlines intended to explore options that will not disrupt the experience and convenience of traveling via Delta.
As part of its contribution to help improve the educational sector of Liberia, Liberia GSM giant, Lonestar Cell MTN has donated several computers and a generator to the Paynesville Community School (PCS) in Paynesville, Joe Bar to enable the institution establish an ICT lab.
The Liberian Senate has summoned the senior managerial team at the Roberts International Airport to account for US$10 Million allotted in the National Budget for the upkeep of airport.
The UK-listed company, Equatorial Palm Oil or EPO, which is threatening to seize land owned by Liberians in defiance of intervention by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, is expected to receive a visitation today, Wednesday from affected communities.
Liberia’s leading GSM Company, Cellcom Telecommunications has announced that 10 lucky winners will leave Liberia this week for Brazil in an all-expense paid trip to experience the World Cup live. The winners were announced at an extravagant outdoor concert held at the Cellcom headquarters on Capitol By-pass.
The Corporate Communication Manager of Lone Star Cell/ MTN Corporation, Dr. Laurence K. Bropleh has reaffirmed the company’s commitment to investing in the educational and health sectors of Liberia.
The management of the state-owned Liberia Broadcasting System, operator of the Liberia National Television or LNTV has purchased the Public Viewing Television Rights from FIFA to exclusively broadcast the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Lone Star Cell MTN in the climax of its “Da Your Time Na” promotion has brought together all of the six winners in the raffle at dinner and subsequently submitted an official letter, informing them of their pending foreign trips.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of LoneStar Cell MTN, Mr. Tebogo Mogapi, has vowed to put the Mobile Money service here on par with other countries in Africa.