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TMCNet:  Greennet to Offer Affordable Products - Chief Executive Promises

[February 04, 2011]

Greennet to Offer Affordable Products - Chief Executive Promises

Freetown, Feb 04, 2011 (Concord Times/All Africa Global Media via COMTEX) -- Chief executive officer of Green Network Sierra Leone has said that once his company launches its commercial service in April this year, the network will offer affordable products that will meet the demand of their intended customers and the wider public.

Elmabruk S. Elgembari told dignitaries at the first official call on the company's network in Freetown that they were very much committed and determined to partner with the government to bring world class telecommunications services to the country.

"The products we will be offering after our commercial launch in April will meet the needs of our intended customers and Sierra Leoneans as a whole. Making the first official call to our network is a milestone for us," he said.

Mr. Elgembari thanked the government for their support and his team for working tirelessly to making the occasion a reality, while noting that their vision was connecting Africa for the future. He said one of their objectives was to contribute immensely towards national development and make the aspirations of the people become a reality through the quality telephone services they would be offering.

Answering to questions from the press, the chief executive officer disclosed that they currently have approximately 86 sites in the city and 42 in the provinces.

Minister of Information and Communication, Alhaji Ibrahim Ben Kargbo assured the company of his government's fullest support in ensuring that they succeed in the telecom business in the country.

"I want to pay special tribute to the leader and people of Libya for identifying Sierra Leone as a place for investment. We will continue to be friends with Libya and support them to invest in this country," he said.

Minister Kargbo reiterated government's commitment to develop the telecommunications sector since it plays a pivotal role in the country's development.

Libyan Ambassador to Sierra Leone, Dr. Al-Harari, commended the ministry of Information for the efforts made in facilitating the establishment of Green Network in the country.

He assured of the company's determination to provide job opportunities for many Sierra Leoneans and the best services in mobile communications.

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