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There is no doubt that the products and services of Zain affect the life of every Sierra Leonean. It affects the economy of this country and it affects our relationship to the outside world. The world of telecommunications from Zain has greatly evolved in the past few years, and now such facilities are available that make personal and business communication easy and effective.
Zain has got tremendous capacity for transmission of digital signals over their network. They have an explosion of products in computers, in telephone equipments, in faxes, in voice mail, in all of the products that just 10 years ago we as consumers in Sierra Leone couldn’t even imagined.
Zain’s ‘Fambul Tariff’ has been introduced for subscribers to talk more and pay for less. This applies to all customers automatically and all calls are billed per second. The company now has proofs that it offers 12 units to other network and no other GSM company could emulate this.
The schedule is as follows:
ZAIN TO ZAIN
|All Day||9 Units|
|2 am – 5 am||Free (No Charge)|
Zain is also pleased to announce that off-net calls (from Zain to other networks) are now charged at:
12 units per minute to other network All calls are billed per-second.
Also, kindly note the following SMS charges:
Zain to Zain: 2 units per SMS Zain to Off-net: 3 units per SMS Zain to International: 8 units per SMS Cost of SIM Card is Le.1000
Zain also offers Unlimited Calls from 8am – 6pm on Saturdays and Sundays for just 100 units daily.
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