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Comium Announce new 2Net Internet access for you phone.
May 26, 2009, 17:22
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Comium Announce new 2Net Internet access for you phone.

Comium offer the internet on your phone.

Comium announced today a new offer for their business and VIP customers giving them access to the Internet on their phone their new 2Net service. Most modern phones are able to surf the internet and pick up email and instant messages anywhere and at any time. People with these phones want to stay in-touch wherever they are, and not have to keep running from computer to computer, so this new offer allows you to enable the Internet on your phone rather than on a modem which can only be attached to a computer, hence their tag line "No modem required" . This doesnt mean you cant use your computer, still many phones will connect to a laptop and allow that to surf the internet from your laptop via you phone; anywhere in the country, anytime. The 2Net service is available for a fixed monthly fee for unlimited internet access.

Cheapest calls between networks

Its not just the VIPs that are fans of Comium, last week Comium was the first to reduce cross network calls by 10% making them the cheapest to call cross net at the lowest rates of only 27 units per minute. On top of being the best for outbound calls, Comium also offer the "Incoming Bonus" for every customer which gives you one unit for every minute of incoming call from non-Comium numbers. With the best rates and the Incoming bonus, if you need to choose one phone for all your calls in Sierra Leone, it has to be Comium.

Great tariffs, especially up-line

Calling other Comium fans is even better, Comiums new smile tariff, available to every prepaid customer by just sending a blank text to 2468, is our lowest at only eight units per minute off peak, and ten on-peak, and our post-paid tariffs are even lower. Up-country is better still, everyone outside of the peninsula, for example; Bo, Makeni, Kenema and Kono, can talk to each other for just 5 units per minute, night or day, making Comium the best choice in the provinces too.

Supporting Salone

Comium is also the biggest fan of Sierra Leone, supporting his Excellency the Presidents Attitudinal change program, the stepping in to sponsor the refurbishment of the national stadium and supporting the Sierra Leone Premier League. Add this to generous support for programs like the anti-malaria program and Unicef and it is clear that "Comium love Salone"

Ten Reasons to be a fan of Comium

1. We love Salone.
2. We love smiling; with our Smile Tariff : only 8 units off peak, text 2468 to switch
3. We love up-line; Home Zoning: only 5 units anytime up-country
4. We love the internet; Internet on your phone: for ViP customers, call 111 for more info.
5. We love non-Comium users; Lowest cross-net calling rates, the first to reduce our rates
6. We love receiving calls; Incoming bonus for cross-net calls
7. We love to share; Free units transfer between customers, send a blank text 137 for a password
8. We love to talk; Best quality network in Sierra Leone
9. We love speed; The fastest voucher service nationwide
10. We love football, we support the Sierra Leone premiership and have the best football information services, for both English and Sierra Leone premiership

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