LoneStarCell-MTN Rejects Tapping Phone Lines in Liberia
Monrovia – The management of Lonestar Cell MTN has termed as unfounded, reports that it is being influenced to tap on the lines of prominent politicians in Liberia.
In a release issued Monday, Lonestar Cell MTN clarified that it does not have the requisite technology to tap the lines of its subscribers, as to do this is not only illegal, but an unacceptable business practice.
Lonestar also added that its operation is being fully monitored, as other service providers are by the Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) and will not circumvent the laws or employ illegal activities against its earned reputation. At the same time, the Company has warned it will not hesitate to take necessary legal recourse against individuals and institutions that are bent on making unjustifiable accusations aimed at tarnishing its credibility and image.
Meanwhile, Lonestar Cell MTN reminds the public of its role as a corporate entity committed to providing excellent telecommunications services. The release quotes the Chief Executive Officer of Lonestar Cell MTN, Babatunde Osho as saying “let us hasten to remind the public, as corporate entity, we are far removed from politics.
Our primary concern is to do business and help make the lives of Liberians brighter through the provision of world-class services. The commitment to transform the telecommunications experience of our customers is what matters to us most.”
LoneStarCell-MTN is the leading GSM Communication Company in Liberia. It is a Subsidiary of MTN South Africa, a leader in international telecommunication which operates in 21 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Europe.