Ashanti Month is a Vodafone Ghana initiative dedicated to the Ashanti region, aimed at rewarding Asanteman’s loyalty to the brand. It encompasses a bouquet of activities including business and customer engagements, corporate social responsibility initiatives, and more. At the heart of these celebrations is the 66th Asantehene Golf Championship, which Vodafone is proudly headlining.
As part of its commitment to customer engagement, Vodafone hosted a special dinner for its long-standing customers in Kumasi. The event featured sumptuous cuisine, drinks, and entertainment by comedian OB Amponsah. Afterwards, the Vodafone team presented customers with unique souvenirs.
In addition to the special dinner, Vodafone invited some of its loyal customers to the Royal Dinner hosted by His Majesty Otumfuor Osei Tutu II at the end of the Asantehene Golf Championship. The event was both a celebration of golf and collaboration between Asanteman and Vodafone Ghana, and also an expression of gratitude for the continued support of Vodafone’s customers.
Tawa Bolarin, Vodafone Ghana’s Enterprise Business Unit Director, who was actively involved in customer visits, remarked, “At Vodafone Ghana, the customer is at the heart of everything we do. We are dedicated to not just providing exceptional services but also to engaging with our customers to understand their unique needs. This enables us to innovate and deliver solutions that truly make a difference in their lives.”
Vodafone’s innovative solutions has been instrumental in supporting businesses in the Ashanti region and throughout the country. “Too Moorch” Mobile Package provides the most flexible, best value mobile package, enabling employees in the same organization to connect seamlessly and communicate for free. “Your Business Online” platform empowers SMEs to establish an online presence, while the Enterprise Wi-Fi service offers high-speed internet. Additionally, the Merchant Interoperability solution, which allows businesses to receive mobile money payment from all customers irrespective of network, has contributed immensely towards direct revenue growth for businesses across the nation. Tawa Bolarin emphasized the importance of these products, stating, “These solutions have been invaluable to both SMEs and large enterprises over the years, especially in these challenging times.”
Vodafone Ghana’s Ashanti Month is a reflection of its unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction and sustainable development. Through its culture of engagement and feedback, Vodafone continues to solidify its position as a leader in the telecommunications sector, both within Ashanti and beyond.
Businesses interested in Vodafone’s products and services can visit any Vodafone retail store or explore the business section on Vodafone’s official website at Vodafone.com.gh/business.