The 33 employees, mainly young people, would make daily sales of TiGo phones and SIM cards to the public in order to draw more subscribers in the region.
Mr Moses Azare, the Upper West Regional Manager of the company, made this known to the Ghana News Agency at Wa on Tuesday.
He noted that the employees, who were formerly being paid on commission, had now been enrolled into the company’s pay roll with effect from April this year.
Mr Azare added that apart from their monthly salaries, there were other innovations such as a front and back margins that gave them the opportunity to earn extra money.
He commended them for their services so far and urged them to continue to work hard to make TiGo the biggest network in the region in terms of customers and quality service.
Mr Azare said the company intended to construct a bore hole in one of the deprived communities in the region this year as part of its social responsibility.