Orange Sierra Leone over the weekend connected Yagoi to the family as they continue to expand their network across the country. The people of Yagoi in Bonthe district for decades have not been able to use communications to connect to the world until last weekend when Orange unveiled their state of the art mast that has now given them the opportunity to be part of the global village. In her remarks, the Public Relations Officer Mabel Mason said connecting Yagoi to Orange is part of their $33 million rural connectivity project. She said Orange wants to make sure by the end of this year every part of the country must be connected to Orange so that they will be able to use all their products with ease. “As a company we are also putting into practice the real essence of Orange strategy; Listening to the needs of our customers and responding with new offers — products and services relevant to you. We have reached millions of customers and our catalogue of products and services is really rich with abundance of offers like Kola (every Sunday), YO, billing per Seconds and Orange Money 100% Bonus every Wednesday,— reduced Data (Internet) price on each Bundle for the 3rd time by 50%.”
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Mabel Mason said they are glad to welcome the people of Bomaru and its environs to the Orange family where they will enjoy world class quality service.” She said in the coming months and years, they will continue to build a network of international standards and expand their services into untapped and under-served areas. She said the continued investment in Sierra Leone confirms the company’s commitment to improving the lives of the communities in which they operate. They are supporting the Government with material assistance to the tune of $13m towards the Free Quality Education across the Country. “We are also working with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation in creating Breast Cancer Awareness and offering Care Treatment and we are also supporting Women to become Entrepreneurs by offering them an opportunity to do telecoms business. “In that light we remain committed in taking our network and services deeper in the country and also to the doorstep of every Sierra Leonean. We also remain committed in ensuring our services touch everyone by bridging the digital divide within the country and to make sure our customers have an unmatched customer experience.” She said they are delighted to welcome Yagoi in the Bonthe District, Southern Province to the Orange Family. The network site in this area will cover several villages and communities in the Bonthe District. Jonathan Margai who represented the Chief of Yagoi said they are very happy that for the first time they have joined the world to talk wherever they are in the chiefdom, and they will no longer be climbing the mountains anymore in search of network. He said it is an opportunity that they have been looking forward to for years now and when Orange decided to come to their rescue they were happy and supported them all the way to get communication as they would not be traveling always, instead they can send messages and information to other places with ease. He said life is going to be easy for them now as they would make use of all the products especially the Orange money to do financial transaction. He promised Orange management that they will protect the equipment because they are looking forward to receive more goodies from them in the future.
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