24 February 2014

Liberia: Several Lone Star Cell Mobile Money Users Win Raffle Draw

The Lone Star Cell MTN Communications has presented fabulous prizes to several lucky winners of its latest promotion for Mobile Money and other subscribers across Liberia.

Four lucky mobile money winners won DVD players with five (5) cartoons each of creamy wheat, and a tiger generator, while six (6) others from the Lone Star Cell "Da Your Time Na" received the latest Andriod Smart phones, generator, DSTV set, ten (10) gallons of gasoline, flat screen samsung television, amongst others.

The raffle draw, which was very transparent, took place over the weekend at the company's head offices in Congo Town, outside Monrovia.

The promotion is being held in collaboration with DSTV-Liberia and the Aminata Filling Station.

Speaking during the raffle draw, the Data and Financial Analyst of the company, Mr. Paul Montgomery, explained that the promotions being carried out by the company are intended to improve the standard of living of its numerous subscribers.

He said the company "gives out prizes" in line with the Government of Liberia (GOL) transformation agenda.

According to him, the company remains committed to "giving back to its numerous valued customers."

Mr. Montgomery encouraged Lone Star Cell MTN subscribers to continue to send or receive money through the Mobile Money Service to stand a chance to win some of the fabulous more prizes.

"Lone Star Cell remains the only GSM company with the widest coverage and the company with the best mobile phone internet. When we say something, we mean it. From now to the end of April, those who send or receive money through Mobile Money may be a lucky winner. At Lone Star Cell MTN. our word is our bond," he stated.

He called on subscribers of Lone Star Cell to continue to send the word "WIN" to the short code 3232 to stand a chance to win more marvelous prices including a traveling trip to Dubai, Brazil, UK or USA.

For their part, the winners commended the GSM company for the prizes won and vowed to continue to subscribe with Lone Star Cell MTN.

They promised toalso encourage their friends, relatives and loved ones that are not Lone Star Cell users to join the "best GSM company in the country."

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