be Mobile to facilitate ministry service

source: BOPA
19 March, 2010

GABORONE – The be Mobile cell phone bulk short message service (sms) shall facilitate information dissemination to the customers concerning the collection of Omang and passports that are ready to be collected, the Minister of Labour and Home Affairs said today.

Mr Peter Siele was speaking at the launch of be Mobile bulk SMS service partnership, which he said was another milestone in the ministrys customer centric strategies and enhanced collaboration with the private sector in the service delivery, especially those in the information technology and telecommunication industry.

Mr Siele noted that the ministry had in 2009 entered into a partnership with Mascom for delivery of information to the customers on the readiness for the collection of Omang cards.

He said the bulk sms proved to be beneficial to both the ministry and its customers. This information technology based service had attracted positive feedback since its cheap and time saving for the customers, Mr Siele said. Mr Siele said [continue reading]

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