Cellcom Communication Corporation has held a three-day grand campaign across Monrovia promoting “Three days free call” package. Cellcom subscribers benefit a three-day free call only recharging their accounts with US$1 by dialing *143# to enjoy uninterrupted calls all day under the period.
On the second campaign day on Friday, Cellcom’s Marketing Manager Betty Flahn, led a convoy with Liberian Musical Star Nigger Blow and crew from Cellcom Head Office on Capitol Bye-Pass through Fiamah, Sinkor and onto Old Road where several cheering Cellcom subscribers lined up to obtain new Sim Cards as they watched Blow’s performance.
The campaign continued through Congo Town to the SKD Boulevard and onto the Paynesville route to Freeport before visiting the Brewerville area.
The campaign was full of musical entertainment by Niger Blow and his crew, carrying special messages for Cellcom’s boost to cheap and affordable communication for both the impoverished and well-off phone users throughout Liberia.
At all of its stopping points from Fiamah to Old Road, Congo Town, SKD Boulevard, Freeport, Logan Town, Duala and Brewerville, respectively among others , more subscribers were seen obtaining and registering new Cellcom Sim Cards, amidst applauds to the company’s initiative aimed at boosting the affordability of communication here.
Cellcom offered free mineral waters to onlookers at the campaign, encouraging them to choose the network. Betty Flahn said the initiative was Cellcom’s way of identifying with subscribers, especially underprivileged phone users.