5 October 2017

Liberia: Orange Launches New Offer

Orange Liberia's Corporate Communications Strategist Dr. Kimmie Weeks has announced that the company has launched a major new offer in the Liberian telecommunications market called The Digital Pack.

Speaking at a major press conference held at the company's Head Quarters on Capital Bye-pass, Dr. Weeks said that the new offer was a packaged product which included free Facebook and whatsapp, unlimited SMS to Orange numbers, 60 minutes to Orange numbers, ten minutes to other networks and 300 MB of data for US$1 for a period of 3 days. "This is an incredibly amazing offer and it is a gift from orange to the Liberian people," said Weeks who went on to outline that the package could be activated by dialing *341#.

Weeks insisted that the new offer was not intended to replace the nationally popular three days free calls program, but was designed to run parallel to it. This new offer is designed to provide an option to young entrepreneurs and small business owners who want to do more than just having unlimited on-net calls.

He emphasized that the Digital Pack offer was designed because Orange had listened to the needs of customers who wanted a low cost flat rate package like the three days free calls that would offer both internet and off net calls in one bundle. "We believe that these additional tools will help Liberians grow their small business and have more ways of reaching their customers without having to spend a lot of money," Weeks concluded.

In addition to the new Digital Pack, Orange is continuing its Orange Lucky Ticket promotion which is selecting a daily winner who received in cash 100 times more than what they spent during the day and a weekly winner who received 1000 times what they spend during the week.

Customers are automatically entered into the draw whenever they recharge or use Orange services such as e-recharge and Orange Money. The more a customer recharges, the more tickets they receive, which increases their chances to win.


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