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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Easter promo winners get prizes @ Starcomms

Remmy Nweke

UNIFIED Licensed Operator (ULO), Starcomms Limited has presented prizes to winners of the recently concluded Easter Gift Rain promo in Lagos.

The promo, which kicked off on April 3, ended on Wednesday, May 31, 2006, after which a draw was conducted and various winners emerged.

At the Lagos leg of the prize presentation ceremony, Starcomms Commercial Director, Mr Prakash Pantham said the promo was part of the firm’s commitment to reward the loyalty of its subscribers, who have, over the years, kept faith with the company’s vision of delivering world class services.

‘‘Without doubt, at Starcomms we have over time appreciated how important our subscribers are to us. We realized that for us to achieve our target of being a front runner in the country’s telecommunication industry we have to treat our subscribers specially, they are the reason we are in business,” he said.

The promo, Mr. Pantham noted, was yet another way to say that Starcomms appreciate patronage and belief in its ability to meet their total telecommunication needs.

After receiving the star prize of two return tickets to London, the winner, Anne Modupe-Uaifo, who expressed her deep appreciation to Starcomms for the rare opportunity, said she was surprised and excited when she was contacted as the star prize winner for the promo.

Modupe-Uaifo, a civil servant, pledged not only to be a faithful customer but also a passionate brand advocate of the company. She further noted that the transparency displayed by the company in the promo was capable of attracting to it an improved patronage.

Mr Ifeanyi Nwaobi won a 2-door refrigerator while 29 Digital Video Display (DVD) players and 51 hi-fi music sets were also given out at the ceremony.

The promo was open to all subscribers in all the cities where Starcomms currently has coverage (Lagos, Port Harcourt, Kano and Maiduguri). All a subscriber needed to do was to buy and activate a new Starcomms line (fixed or mobile) within the promo period.

It would be recalled that Starcomms recently extended the validity accumulation for its subscribers to a maximum of 365 days from the previous duration of 90 days. This means that a subscriber can receive incoming calls for up to 365 days even after the expiration of his/her air time.

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