Onetouch has once again set the pace with the introduction of Ogo, a hand-held communication device that would enable customers access the internet at their convenience.

Onetouch, has also introduced other services like new tariff, Mobile Internet Modem, SMS on-line and redesigned website. Launching the products yesterday in Accra, Mr. Stephen Badu, Head of Marketing Onetouch, said Ogo comes with large screen, light weight and it’s also trendy for consumers to use.

He said the targets for Ogo are the youth, the independent professionals, and small and medium enterprises (SME). “It is indeed the web in your palm”, he added. He said with the introduction of new tariff, calls from Onetouch to all networks are now 1,450 cedis per minute as a flat rate.

Calls from Onetouch to Onetouch and GT Fixed lines during peak have also been reduced to 900 per minute. This he said, “is to help customers save money.”

Stephen Badu, explained that the Onetouch Mobile Internet is an advanced wireless internet service that allows customers to connect to the world wide web anywhere and anytime.

He stated that with the Onetouch SMS on-line enables customers to have the convenience of sending SMS while browsing.

Onetouch has again redesigned its website to make its more exciting, more informative and hassle free to its customers and visitors.

Ogo and the Mobile Internet Modem are all available at gt Care4U centers in Accra and Tema.

Mr. Philip Sowah, the Chief Executive Officer of Onetouch stated that, “As a service provider, we are determined to ensure that we continue to introduce innovative products and services in the industry.”

Accra Mail