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Starcomms validity now 365 days

Remmy Nweke

Starcomms, leading Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) unified license compliant, has scored another first as it extends validity on its network to 365 days.

This is the first telco to offer this kind of validity to customers since the beginning of the new regime under the Unified Licensing.

The telco said this development was in line with its acclaimed customer-friendly disposition, which was hitherto 90 days on the network.

Public Relations Manager at Starcomms, Ms Laura Johnson informed that now any subscriber can accumulate validity up to 365 days, which will keep the service on their Starcomms phones active, enabling them to receive incoming calls even after they stop loading credit. Stressing it would be available to all its existing subscribers as well as to all the new subscribers who join its network.

Explaining further, Commercial Director, Mr. Prakash Pantham, said that the extension was borne out of the need to give its loyal subscribers longer access to the network’s services, which have been adjudged one of the best in the country.

“It is without doubt that Starcomms has established itself as the network that cares for its subscribers over the years and if you look at our products, value added services and other innovations like Starpoint Shops and Starcomms Shops that are located all over the cities where we have our operations, you will see that our desire is to better the lots of our subscribers,” Mr. Pantham, said.

Over the last 3 years, Starcomms has been recognized by industry experts as the leading telecommunications service provider, offering both fixed and mobile voice and data services to the Nigerian market.

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