Comium Liberia, one of Liberia’s leading GSM companies yesterday launched a new promotion for all of its subscribers. The new promotion is giving free bonus on all calls receive from Lone Star, Cellcom and any other network in the country. It is an additional extra three cent which the company would add on a subscriber’s credit.
The free bonus runs every week Sunday night. This ensures that bonus not used by midnight Sunday of each week will be lost. The promotion which was launched on various radio stations across the country is expected to help several thousands of Comium subscribers.
This new promotion comes at a time when Comium has just ended the School for life program. The end of the program led to the awarding of ten scholarships to students. For that scholarship, Comium would be responsible for their school fees up to University level.
The Commercial Director of Comium, Mr. Bernard Sisay expressed happiness over this new promotion saying, “Comium is here for the people and Comium will do all it can to help make things move better. This company is customer friendly and takes into account the needs of the customers.”
More importantly for the new service, subscribers will be able to check their accumulated bonus via the 124 balance inquiry code. The promotion which is the first of its kind in the country comes at as several Comium customers have been calling the hotline to express thanks for its valuable services.
There are no fix rules for acquiring the bonus. Just a call from lone star, cellcom or any other network could give one the chance of receive three cents per minute on all calls received. A number of customers who spoke to this paper yesterday said, they were happy to hear such impressive news.
“This is what we call company. At least this is very good. Do you know what that means? Comium will start to take many customers away from other GSM companies. I will tell my friends to get Comium Sim so we can get more money on it,” Joe A. Smith, a graduate from the University of Liberia said.
Already Comium has introduced reduced international rates. All international calls to the United States and other countries is down to only five cent per minute.