Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Glo ends Valentine promos

The Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) arm of the Second National Operator (SNO), Glo Mobile, has announced the conclusion of its dual Valentine promos for this year, which ended last Thursday, February 19.

Director, Marketing at Globacom, Mr. Jagatjit Singh, made this disclosure in Lagos, noting that Glo Mobile’s special Valentine promotions tagged “Valentine Getaway Promo” and “Valentine to Valentine Offer” have been brought to a close.

He said that the two promotions were launched on February 10 to celebrate the Valentine season and reward subscribers for their loyalty to the network.

In the Valentine to Valentine Offer, he said, all existing and new customers on the prepaid and postpaid platform who recharged with N500 and above daily from February 10 to 19 qualified for a daily draw to pick 100 winners who would be given N1,000 worth of airtime every month until the next Valentine in 2010.

Singh equally said that the total number of subscribers who were picked in the 10-day draw was 1,000, while the total value of airtime to be enjoyed by each beneficiary for the 12-month period is N12,000, adding, however, that the airtime is for Glo-to-Glo calls or Short Messaging Service (SMS).

On the Valentine Getaway promo, he said it offered subscribers the opportunity to be one of the lucky five who would spend an all-expenses-paid weekend with their spouses at the prestigious Obudu Cattle Ranch in Cross River State.

Singh explained that a draw would soon be held to determine the five lucky winners out of the hundreds of thousands of subscribers who participated in the promotion.

The Valentine Getaway offer required subscribers to call 32001 and answer correctly three out of five short questions to stand a chance to have a Romantic Getaway, courtesy of Globacom.

“When the winners emerge via the raffle draw, they will then be asked to include the names of their partners they are taking along on the weekend getaway,” Singh explained.

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