19 July 2012

Liberia: Lonestar Cell MTN Launches Fantastic Week

Lonestar Cell MTN has launched a fantastic week for its value costumers to mark the July 26 Independence Day celebration. The company disclosed that from July 19 to 26, subscribers are requested to recharge above US$5to get entry into a draw to could lead to becoming one of five lucky winners of an all-expenses paid trip to Ghana plus US$500 pocket money.

Speaking at a news conference, Chief Marketing Manager Clement Ofori Asante, said Lonestar Cell will sponsor any five subscribers, who will emerge winners from the draw to Ghana. Asante said a pocket money of US$500 will be given to each of the five lucky winners to enable them shopping while in Ghana.

He urged subscribers to demonstrate love for Liberia during the Independence Day season by downloading CallerTune "Liberia Pride" using the code 21212 for US1 cent.

He noted that from July 21 -23, any mobile money subscriber, who will transfer LD360 or more to friends, love ones and family through the mobile money service will get free US$5 airtime on Tuesday, July 24. He also told journalists that on the same July 24th Lonestar Cell internet modem being sold for US$40 will cost as low as US$26 for the independence celebration.

According to him, all Lonestar-to-Lonestar SMS on the eve of '26' will be sending for only US1cent. Asante said there will be special free gifts for all Lonestar Cell MTN costumers, though he did not disclosed any specific item, but encouraged all subscribers to listen to radio or read all SMSs they will receive on their phones.

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