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Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Starcomms extends on-net free call promo

Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) operator, Starcomms Plc, has extended its 24 hours of free on-net talk-time promo by one month, according to the Chief Commercial Officer of Starcomms, Mr. Tushar Maheshwari.

The company, he said, decided to extend the date due to the growing popularity of the promo and the response from its subscribers who have classified the promo as a thing of joy.

Starcomms, he said, last month commenced the promo as part of its efforts to reward its subscribers for their loyalty to the Starcomms brand.

Maheshwari said the extension of the promo was done to allow the subscribers to continue to savour the pleasure of being on the Starcomms network saying that the operator will consistently offer more efficient and reliable value added services to its growing numbers of subscribers.

Stressing that with the extension of the promo, existing subscribers could now meet their communication needs by contacting friends and family members, mostly at this festive season.

Maheshwari disclosed that Starcomms would continue to provide cutting edge communications infrastructure as well as seamless and efficient services that will ensure excellent customer service, unequalled clarity, the widest coverage and seamless connectivity.

For him, as sophisticated telecoms company, Starcomms would not cease to offer the Nigerian market superior network quality, provide the most advanced mobile, fixed wireless and broadband services with cost effective pricing.

And in the ongoing promo, all that the subscriber needs to do is to recharge his phone with at least N250 daily and he is qualified to enjoy the service. He explained that the advantage of this latest package from the award-winning CDMA operator is that the subscriber could now make nonstop calls on the network.

“It comes with free airtime, and it is applicable to only calls made on Starcomms network,” he said, declaring that Starcomms subscribers would always get value for their money.

Just as he pointed out that this free on-net call promotion would give subscribers the opportunity to talk for as long as they want within 24 hours after their recharge.

A winner of several awards both local and international, Starcomms has not left any part of the country unreached with its broadband service. As residents of Lagos and Abuja, Ibadan, Calabar and Benin City, Warri and Port Harcourt enjoys unlimited internet access from the leader, Starcomms, five more cities are expected to join soon. Recently, at a colourful event held at the Hotel Concorde Lafayette in Paris, France, Starcomms was named the Alternative Operator of the year in West Africa. Starcomms beat all other operators in the sub-region to emerge the winner due to its trail-blazing approach to delivering telecommunications products and services in Nigeria. The prestigious international award was bestowed on Starcomms by the global industry watcher, African Telecom People (ATP) renowned for honouring personalities and institutions that leave an exceptional imprint in Africa on a yearly basis.

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