Monday, October 27, 2008

Multi-Links introduces N1 per minute promo

Multi–Links Telkom, weekend, announced the introduction of N1 per minute promo tariff on its network, according to the Manager, Corporate Affairs, Multi-Links Telkom, Mr. Olubayo Abiodun.

Disclosing this, Mr. Abiodun said that the telco has raised the bar in the customer reward paradigm with the latest introduction that would enable subscribers to make on net calls at N1 per minute.

Affirming this in a press statement made available to ITRealms Online and signed by Abiodun and Executive, Corporate Communications, Mr. Tayo Ekundayo, Multi-Linis indicated that every subscriber who uses N200 airtime within a day would then be able to make N1 per minute intra-network calls for the balance of that day.

Prior to the introduction of N1 per minute tariff, Multi-Links Telkom was running a customer reward package that entitles its subscribers to monetary reward for calls received.

He quoted the Chief Sales and Marketing Officer (CSMO), Multi-Links Telkom, Ms. Dipuo Msimang, said that the N1 per minute revolutionary price offer is for every subscriber who utilizes N200 on voice calls within a 24 hour period.

She said, those who qualify for this window of opportunity would be able to make on-net calls for the rest of that day at N1 per minute, explaining that the 24-hour period runs from midnight to midnight.

“Essentially, the subscriber will enjoy on-net calls for N1 for each day after he has utilized N200 on voice calls,” she said.

Msimang explained that the N200 excludes access charges which each subscriber would still pay if applicable, aside from the N200 expended on voice calls.

The current reward campaign for all received calls by Multi-Links Telkom subscribers is already causing a storm in the industry. The way the promotion works, is that any active Multi-Links Telkom subscriber who receives a call from anyone else will receive 50 Kobo for every thirty seconds of that call.

She recalled that those who have started enjoying the revolutionary reward package described it as unheard of in the history of telecommunications service provision on the continent for subscribers to be rewarded with free airtime for every received call.

Msimang said that Multi-Links Telkom will continue to make value propositions that will endear Multi-Links Telkom to the various classes of telecoms subscribers in the country.

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