Liberia’s GSM giant, Lonestar cell MTN has awarded various prizes to subscribers as part of the corporation’s Fantastic Friday raffle draw. Over 15 Lonestar Cell MTN subscribers walked away with grand prizes over the weekend, including bags of rice, flat screen television, LG phones and Lonestar Cell MTN E-Transfer SIM, among others.
The Fantastic Friday requires subscribers to send the number 10 to 3234 once or as often as possible in order to qualify for the draw. The weekend was joyful for subscribers John Kamara of Soul Clinic community in Paynesville; William Smith of 9th Street, Sinkor; Apah Davies of Point Four, Bushrod Island; Sheik Sherif of Gardnersville and Sumo Morris Killie of 16th Street, Sinkor, who all won flat screen 32’’ television.
Other lucky subscribers who won 50kg bag of rice each included Hobber Doweh of Perry Street; Dolin Boborkollie of Chocolate City, Gardnersville; Darlington Konkah of Duport Road and Preston attia of Parker Paint, respectively.
Lonestar Cell MTN also presented one phone each with an E-transfer SIM to Ansumana Nyuma of Hotel Africa, Patrick Gayflor of Red-Light, Paynesville; Austin Vahn of Barnerville Estate, Charlotte Wollo of Neizoe Community and Josiah Garjay of Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.
One of the winners of the flat screen television, Sheik Sherif said the draw is welcoming for all MTN customers and noted that his television set is timely because his current TV is damaged.
The Sheik described the draw as credible and fair, adding, “I was in doubt from the beginning when this 0886500000 number called and informed me that I have won a 32-inch flat screen TV; I thought it was a 4-1-9 scam but I got convinced when I saw for myself the TV set being given to me.”
The Brand Manager of Lonestar Cell MTN Garrison Bah encouraged subscribers to take advantage of the Fantastic Friday draw, adding that Lonestar Cell MTN is always willing to make subscribers proud and smile. Garrison noted that the company is interested in helping to refine the lives of Liberians and contribute the growth and development of Liberia.