The Inquirer (Monrovia)

22 February 2013

Liberia: Comium Launches 'Pot Boiling' Promo

Comium-Liberia, one of Liberia's GSM Company has unveiled another big promotion for its subscribers replacing her just ended Holiday blast promotion. The promotion according to Comium Product Manager Mr. Lekpele Nyamalon is nicknamed as "Pot Boiling", which means that Comium's subscribers can have their pots boiling with lots of ingredients.

Mr. Nyamalon told the INQUIRER that the company has lot of good things in store for all Comium subscribers once they have make up their minds to subscribe with Comium.

Basically, Mr. Nyamalon disclosed that subscribers will benefit from lots of fabulous prizes during the duration of the campaign. Subscribers are expected to will win 100 Nokia phones weekly and a Grand Prize of Two brand new Nissan Taxi cabs.

For the cell phones category, Mr. Nyamalon explained that a subscriber just need to simply recharge $3 between Monday-Sunday weekly and have a chance to win 1 of the 100 Nokia phones. For the second category, he said subscribers are expected to recharge $5 weekly and get a chance to win 1 of the two brands Nissan Taxi cabs by May 14, 2013.

It may be recalled that Comium Liberia recently concluded her holiday blast promotion giving out several prizes. Three (3) weekly subscribers had an opportunity to catch up to 100,000 LD each from the Comium's Money Chamber and the Grand Prize was Three (3) brand New Nissan Almera Cars that were also won by lucky Comium's subscribers.

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