One of the leading Network providers in Sierra Leone, Zain on Monday 19th April launched a new product known as ĎYouth Offerí at the British Council Auditorium, Tower Hill in Freetown.
Speaking at the ceremony, the Commercial Director, Keith Tukei spoke of how Zain has changed the awareness of students. He said through Zainís Youth Club, they have provided scholarship for students to participate in the next Zain African Students Challenge Quiz Competition. "Zain has made it possible for Students to access the internet through our mobile phones for just 10 units", he informed, adding that Zain has embarked on sponsorship project for students. "This will make the lives of students easy, and it is an opportunity for students to join the Zain Youth Club", he went on.
Keith Tukei said for that, Zain has reduced the tariff to 15 units for all international calls for students as according to him, the project is give them the opportunity to talk to their colleagues on line. "Zain has also given opportunity to students to pay their school fees through Zap", the Commercial Director stated
Youth Ambassador, Junior Navo praised Zain for the offer they were giving the students in Sierra Leone which he said would help improve their standards through the Zain Youth Offer product. He further said that Zain as the leading mobile network in the country should continue to help students to further their education as some of their parents cannot afford the huge financial burden in the university and other tertiary institutions. "Zain has done well in helping student pay their fees through the new product, and with also the offer of scholarships.
Junior Navo entreated students not to misuse the opportunity Zain is offering them. He also implored them to support Zain in the realization of the product so as to maintain continuity.
Before officially launching the product, the Youth Ambassador thanked Zain for what he referred to as a work well done in Sierra Leone. He encouraged them to continue improving on the lives of every sector in the country.
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