The Inquirer (Monrovia)

Liberia: Cellcom, TOTAL Announce New Partnership

The managements of Cellcom and TOTAL Liberia have entered into a new business partnership that will ensure the provision of all Cellcom products and services at Total Service Stations. Addressing a news conference yesterday, TOTAL Liberia's Retail Supervisor, Remma Bull said the partnership is a strategic venture that has brought together two strong service providers from two distinctively important business sectors namely petroleum and telecommunication.

Madam Bull said, " We are most proud that it is a union based on our mutual goals that strongly focus on the decentralization of professional and quality products and services to every Liberian in and out of Monrovia. " She further said it is a business norm where services to customers must be convenient and satisfactory at all times.

The TOTAL Liberia Executive added, "We the marketing and service team of TOTAL Liberia reassure our customers and the general public of our commitment to continuously develop and offer diversified services in our retail outlet that meet your needs."

Also speaking on behalf of his company, Dr. Kemmie Weeks, Cellcom's Corporate Communications Strategist said the partnership will enable Cellcom to have a shop at every TOTAL Liberia Service Stations where all services that can be rendered at Cellcom headquarters will be available.

Dr. Weeks said at the end of this month all fourteen TOTAL Service Stations throughout Monrovia and its environ will have the Cellcom shops while the process will spread throughout the country gradually.

He said Cellcom prides itself with being a leader of innovation something which prompted the company to invest US$60m by bringing in the Four G which is the fastest in communication technology.

Dr. Weeks said the Cellcom shops at TOTAL Service Stations will deal with issues such as blocking of SIM, renewing ones SIM and other services rendered by the network. He assured the public that Cellcom will continue to have affordable prices as it is the case with all of its services.

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