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Etisalat rewards local distribution partners

08 May 2014, 11:02

Abuja - Etisalat Nigeria, the local telecommunications company, paid tribute to its partners for driving the firm’s growth in the past year.

It organized the 2014 Distribution Partners Reward tagged Heroes Awards in Lagos where 50 partners were rewarded.

Acting Chief Executive Officer, Etisalat Nigeria, Matthew Willsher, said that Etisalat is pleased to recognise and reward its distribution partners because they are an important link with the subscribers and have to believe in the business to represent it well before the public.

Willsher thanked the partners for the role they have played in taking Etisalat to its present position in the telecommunications industry in Nigeria with hopes that team work will take both parties higher.

“The awards we have given are just a token to show that we appreciate the effort of our distribution partners in helping take our products and services to the end users. We are grateful to our distribution partners for the part they have played in taking us to where we are today. We hope that they will keep up the effort so that we can both achieve our goals,”
he said.

Etisalat’s subscriber base stands at more than 15 million, representing a market share of more than 15 percent in over six years of operations.

– CAJ News

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