Accra, July 28, GNA- Telecommunication giant, Vodafone Ghana has taken the ‘Vodafone 1-2-free’ offer, to its cherished customers at the Kaneshie market in Accra, as part of the commitment to reward customers with more talk time.
The ‘1-2-free’offer, is to urge customers to talk more and enjoy conversations free of charge after every third call made during a day.
Speaking at the market, the Director of Marketing, Vodafone Ghana, Mrs Agnes Emafa Essah said Vodafone has decided to get closer to their customers, thus, the facility offers them what they have always wished for.
“Our consumers have told us that they are looking for something like this, we will be going to other places as well. We always want to connect to our people that is why we are here and we will do same for the other places.”
According to Mrs Essah, customers would enjoy a one hour free talk time on any third call placed to Vodafone subscribers and a five minutes free on other networks.
“The ‘Vodafone 1-2-free’ offer comes with no extra charges, customers will only be charged on their first and second calls but the third calls will attract no charges, all third calls for the day are free. It is an offer that continues for every third call of the day.
“This offer has come to stay, so we are encouraging our cherished customers to keep enjoying our offers, just dial 511 and your subscribed on to start using the offer,” she added.
Head, Mass Marketing, Vodafone Ghana, Mr Richmond Asante, in an interview urged customers to enjoy the free third call cycle offer as it has come to stay with their expansion work.
“We expand our portfolio every now and then, and this is the time to do that. We also want to bring a lot more value to our customers, do not worry about your calls, keep enjoying your third calls, as you have helped us reach where are now.
“Our objective is also to bring more to our customers and build a relationship with them as we grow along,” he emphasised.
The ‘Susuka’ artist, Kofi Kanata, thrilled fans with his back to back hit songs as customers were given free recharge cards and Vodafone branded t-shirts.