The Enugu State Government has pledged a positive business relationship with Multi-Links Telkom by encouraging the people of the state to patronize the telecommunications services of the company.
The state said it would be doing thatÂ because of the networkâ€™s reliable and variety of Value Added Services, which include voice, data and Internet just introduced in the coal city.
Making the pledge, the state Deputy Governor, Chief Sunday Onyebuchi who represented the State Governor, Barrister Sullivan Chime, during a courtesy call to the governor by the management of Multi-Links Telkom, Chief Onyebuchi commended Multi-Links Telkom for its excellent pedigree in service quality. â€œWe are happy to receive you into Enugu to offer your services to our people. Multi-Links is not a new name to me having being used to the service outside Enugu. We appreciate your presence in the state, we are encouraged by your coming and we would encourage our people to patronize you,â€ he added.
The Deputy Governor, noted that recent development in the telecommunications sector had brought about strong competition among the operators, adding that both the operators and the people stand to benefit from such healthy competition since the operators are bound to offer high quality service and competitive tariffs to the consumers.
For him, the government had put in place the necessary infrastructure for investments to thrive, in the spirit of public-private sector partnership, promised that Enugu government would provide all the necessary encouragement for Multi-Links to grow its business in the state.
Apparently to demonstrate governmentâ€™s enthusiasm in partnering with Multi-Links, he said that the relevant government representatives would immediately commence discussions with Multi-Links to workout modalities for exploring the data and Internet services as a tool for enhancing governmentâ€™s operations and efficiency within the system.
Abazie who led the MultiLinks delegation on the visit, was accompaniedÂ by Messrs. Dumisani Mthethwa (Executive Sales), Chukwunonso Inoma (Executive, South East), Sonny Nwokoro (Acting Executive, Marketing, Olubayo Abiodun (Manager, Corporate Affairs) and Miss. Nkiru Uchenna (Sales Coordinator, South East).
She informed the Deputy Governor that Multi-Links was willing to offer attractive packages to the government to make administration less cumbersome.
She said that Multi-Links is committed to enhancing good governance by making its platform available for integrated communications platform at affordable rate for the civil service machinery of the Enugu State government. According to her Multi-Links asides from voice services has other service offerings including data and Internet. She said that the government could as well take advantage of the 1x, EV-Do and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) services as a faster and cheaper route for connectivity within the government machineries.
She also promised to provide a special product known as Close User Group (CUG) to help government run an internal communications network at an efficient cost to the government.