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“VivaCell-MTS Bonus” for prepaid subscribers

VivaCell-MTS, a subsidiary of “Mobile TeleSystems” OJSC, has announced that subscribers can get free airtime, SMS messages, gifts and much more using VivaCell-MTS services.

One just needs to send the word BONUS to the short number 5050 and start accumulating points. It is also possible to register from the “Internet Assistant” portal or by dialing *505#. Registration fee is AMD 10 (including VAT).

After registration, for each AMD 100 spent on VivaCell-MTS services the subscriber will get 1 point. Having accumulated sufficient number of points, one can exchange them for gifts with their list growing continuously. At the moment the gifts include unlimited on-net calls and SMS, on-net air-time, SMS and Internet packages, and MTC 236 mobile phones.

The full list of the gifts and other details of the program can be found at “VivaCell-MTS bonus” web page - Bonus.vivacell.am.



 

23.06.2010, 11:26

Aysor.am

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