Zain Sierra Leone the leading mobile communications operator with the widest coverage that provides quality products and cheapest tariffs has launched a subscriber youth club at the British Council auditorium in Freetown.
Pupils and students enrolling for the Zain Youth club will benefit from Zain’s lowest tariffs as I unit per minute, call at no charge from 2am to 5am and also browse the internet using their phones for just 10 units per mega bite while SMS to any Zain number for only 2.5 units per SMS. Delivering the welcome address at the launching ceremony Zain’s Corporate Affairs and Communication Director Kelvin Kellie said “Zain is determined and committed to provide youth’s affordable services that will add value to money spent on mobile communications.”
Zain Sierra Leone Commercial Director Keith Tukei said the launching of the youth club for subscribers is to make the difference for loyal subscribers of the Zain brand as it reduces cost on students and also helps to share knowledge and improves students output.
He noted that Zain has also provided local hand sets with internet features for an affordable price and urged students to make good use of Zain’s products and service and encouraged youths to use the services to improve their knowledge for the Zain African Challenge competitions.
The Segment Manager for Zain Sierra Leone James Koroma explained to the audience about the mechanics of the youth offer and encouraged the youths to enroll as the registration team from Zain Sierra Leone will be visiting schools and colleges to register students.
James Koroma spoke about other Zain products and services like the watch foot ball in South Africa and the sponsored Akon show which will be held on the 27th April 2010 to mark the 49th celebrations of Sierra Leone’s independence.
He also said that “Zain has plans to organize a raffle draw on the youth club to give opportunities for students to win scholarship.”
Junior Navo one of the leading youth activists formally launched the Zain Youth Club.
By Saidu Bah