Comium Network Association Gathers Support

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Over Two Hundred Comium Network Association members recently gathered at the Buffer Zone, Talinding to gather support for Comium with their regional representatives.

Youths from around the country converged at the Buffer Zone at Talinding for a meeting and show of Comium network to attract more customers for the company.

In his opening remarks, Julius Senate Luke President of the Comium Network Association urged regional representatives to take advantage of facilities offered by Comium. He said, “you should take advantage of facilities such as the crystal clear network on Comium, an extra 50% bonus on every recharged credit, the very low tariffs paid while making a call, free SMS, click pick services and free late night calls that are exclusively provided by Comium. I am charging you with the responsibility of bringing more people on board the in Comium family, the best service provider in the country. We are all witnessing a total revolution in the GSM sector brought about by Comium,” he said.

Fatou Fofana, the association’s secretary, praised the number in attendance and also praised Comium for providing healthy competition in the sector for the benefit of the poor. She further praised Nyang Njie, the Sales Manager of Comium, for his very innovative ideas and sound marketing policies all of which are aimed at making GSM services affordable to the poor.

The occasion took a dramatic turn when more people came to buy Comium SIM cards and there were none. Those who could not get one were subsequently referred to Comium’s main office on Kairaba Avenue.

Julius Senate Luke the president of the Network announced the names of all their members responsible for all parts of the country in each Region. “We are set to move Comium ahead of others and make a hall mark in the country,” he said.

Dodou Baldeh of Comium’s Customer Care section thanked the gathering and assured them of his company’s determination to making GSM affordable.

Those present were presented with T-shirts, caps and Comium bracelets but again demand outstripped supply. Ida Njie’s group, singing songs to attract more customers, entertained the group after the meeting. Jaye Mbye a young artist thrilled the gathering.

Source: The Point