VivaCell-MTS encourages loyal subscribers

VivaCell-MTS, a subsidiary of “Mobile TeleSystems” OJSC, is glad to inform that based on the results of a special draw held at the Company Headquarters, 40 postpaid subscribers won Google Nexus S smartphones.

The criteria for selecting the eligible participants was the following: individually paying postpaid subscribers involved in both individual and corporate tariff plans with the three past months (April, May, June) cumulative total invoice of AMD 30,000 were selected to participate in the smartphone draw competition. Additional SMS notification was sent to the subscribers to inform about their participation in the draw.

Subscribers were informed about the draw and the terms of participation through SMS and, over three months the eligibility criteria were communicated to the eligible subscribers through targeted SMS messages.

40 winners were defined by random selection out of the finalists, and were invited to VivaCell-MTS Headquarters to be handed out the smartphones.

The draw for individually paying postpaid subscribers is being organized for the second time. First time it was organized on April 25 of this year, company's press service reported.



02.08.2012, 13:35

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