Vodafone Ghana marked Ghana’s 66th Independence Day by treating selected customers in Ho to an evening of networking, entertainment, and merry-making at the Volta Serene Hotel on March 6.
Vodafone Ghana invited the selected customers who have stayed loyal to the network for 5, 10, and over 10 years to the event as a token of appreciation for their continued loyalty to the brand.
Michael Korsi Avor and Janet Addo, who have been with Vodafone Ghana for 22 years, received brand new Samsung S22s each and branded souvenirs.
One of the beneficiaries, Mr Avor, expressed his gratitude to Vodafone Ghana and encouraged the Vodafone team to keep up the excellent work.
“Thank you so much for the surprise! I am incredibly grateful. I am going to remain with you.”
“We are proud to celebrate Ghana’s Independence Day with our loyal customers in Ho,” said David Umoh, Vodafone Ghana’s Consumer Business Unit Director.
“At Vodafone, we are passionate about delivering products and services that delight our customers. This engagement is our way of thanking them for choosing Vodafone and for their continued support of our brand.
“We remain committed to providing our customers with innovative and reliable telecommunications services that meet their evolving needs.”
Selected customers who were celebrating birthdays in March were also invited to the event and presented with branded souvenirs as giveaways.
This event follows a similar one in Accra in February where Vodafone Ghana customers were treated to an exquisite dinner at the Labadi Beach Hotel.
Vodafone Ghana continues to be a leading provider of telecommunications services in Ghana, offering innovative products and services to its customers.
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