Vodafone executives with George Andah third left in a group picture after the Vodafone One launch.
Vodafone Ghana has launched Vodafone One to delight its cherished customers.
Patricia Obo-Nai, Director of Fixed Business and Customer Operations at Vodafone, said “Vodafone recognises its customers’ continued desire for more flexibility and direct oversight over their usage. and this is why Vodafone has introduced this unique package to suit customer needs.”
She said Vodafone One is specifically tailored towards families, individuals and businesses.
“The package is in line with Vodafone’s promise to empowering the customer to excel in every endeavour utilising the technological platform it provides,” she added.
She said unlike other products, Vodafone One offers convergence that cut across its fixed and mobile services, thereby allowing customers to be connected across multiple devices and channels from a single bundle.
“The benefits are numerous. Vodafone gives customers broadband internet for homes and offices, calls at best rates across networks with an auto-renewal feature,” she said.
“The product also allows customers to be connected across multiple devices and channels from a single bundle whiles satisfying all their communication needs,” Mrs. Obo-Nai added.
George Andah, Deputy Minister Designate for Communications, who was the guest of honour said, convergence is very primary to how the country will chart its next path towards further growth and success in this industry.
He therefore commended Vodafone Ghana for playing its part in making sure the country’s telecom industry meets international standards.
“It is comforting that Vodafone – exhibiting their ever present sense of forward thinking and thought leadership – has today come out with a product that should hopefully go a long way to ensure that the crucial needs of customers are met in a timely and effective manner,” he said.
The Deputy Minister-designate later reiterated government’s commitment to ensuring that the players in the industry have the conducive environment to operate efficiently.
By Jamila Akweley Okertchiri