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BusyInternet inducted into CIMG Hall of Fame
From: Ghana|Myjoyonline.com          Published On: September 27, 2013, 13:50 GMT
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BusyInternet inducted into CIMG Hall of Fame

Staff of BusyInternet in a group photo

BusyInternet has been inducted into the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG) Hall of Fame at the 24th annual CIMG Performance Awards night held in Accra.

This award is in recognition of the company’s excellent internet provision to the Ghanaians populace over the years.

BusyInternet was also for the forth conservative time adjudged Ghana’s best CIMG Internet Service Provider (ISP) for the year 2012 after winning the same award in 2009, 2010 and 2011.

Commenting on the company’s feat, Managing Director of the Company, Praveen Sadalage, said "it brings to bare our commitment to providing the best broadband internet and data storage services that readily meets the needs of corporate institutions, SMEs as well as the individual Ghanaian".

"The award is in recognition of our dedication, commitment and resolve that has kept us ahead of some fierce competition and kept our clients get unparalleled service" he added.

Praveen Sadalage noted that BusyInternet will continue to provide the most reliable and cost effective internet services to businesses and individuals in the country.

On his part, Marketing Manager of BusyInternet, Theodore Agborli, said the company is focus on delivering high quality service in the coming years.

"Management has pledged its commitment to providing reliable, high speed, affordable, convenient and 24/7 support to its clients".

Theodore Agborli acknowledged that the company could not have won the award without the support and hard work of its loyal customers and the entire BusyInternet family.

"We invited the general public to share the delightful busy experience by joining Ghana’s preferred internet service provider and CIMG HALL OF FAME ISP Company of the year 2012 at its offices nationwide".

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