Lonestar drives Liberian mobile internet use

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Lonestar drives Liberian mobile internet use

Lonestar Cell MTN has launched a campaign designed to promote mobile internet use in Liberia.

Lonestar’s Internet For Liberia campaign includes special offers on bundled internet packages and discounts for existing iConnect users.

The company says the campaign is aimed at getting more Liberians to use mobile internet, and encouraging those who already do so, to use it more. Partnerships have also been reached with the likes of Huawei and Samsung to bring to market new mobile devices in the country.

Lonestar marketing manager Clement Ofori highlighted a solar-powered Samsung netbook now available through Lonestar.



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