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Thursday, December 14, 2006

2 Honda cars for Glo postpaid subscribers

As prepaid subscribers of Glo mobile, the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) subsidiary of Globacom, continue to strive for the ownership of the 40 Glo Honda cars based on patronage of recently introduced N750 recharge card denomination, the telco has mapped out additional two Honda models for those on postpaid platform.

Latest recharge denomination launched early this month enables subscribers to qualify for the telco’s end-of-year seasonal promo tagged “N750 Recharge Promo” of which 40 Honda Accord cars will be won for subscribers on prepaid.

With the addition of two cars specifically for its postpaid customers, Glo Mobile said it is a special package to also enable these subscribers to benefit from the promo.

It would be recalled that in most telecom markets, prepaid subscribers outrun postpaid subscribers.

Globacom in a press statement made available to ITRealms Online, said that the debut of the postpaid promo is to afford its subscribers on the platform to benefit from the season’s promo.

The promotion, which began December 1, 2006 for the postpaid platform, the telco said be on till January 31, 2007.

Also, Glo said a postpaid customers require to use a minimum of N10,000 airtime per month in December, 2006, and January, 2007 to qualify for the draw in the race for Honda cars.

Recently joined postpaid subscribers, the telco said, have the same opportunity to win if they activate their lines from December and use up minimum N10,000 worth of airtime per month between December 06 and January 07.

According to the telco, this promo balances its on-going N750 recharge promo for prepaid subscribers, where it is anticipated that 40 new Honda Accord cars would be won.

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