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Starcomms gives 100% money-back on mobile phones

With a view to rewarding it’s teaming  Subscribers, especially those who join the network this season, Starcomms Plc is offering two categories of mobile telephone, the ZTE X175 and the popular Haier D920, in a promotion that ultimately gives back the purchase money to the Subscriber.   This new 100% money back promo is coming on the heels of the recent announcement that any subscriber who purchases the ZTE X175 and Haier D920 can enjoy on-net bonus airtime covering the value of the purchased phone within 30 days of their activation.

The ZTE X175 phone is priced at N1,999 and upon minimum first time recharge of at least N100 (one hundred naira), the purchaser will get automatic bonus FREE airtime and the Starcomms customer would  be able to make free on-net calls to the tune of N1,999 within the first month from activation.
The same token goes to the subscribers who buy the Haier D920 for the price of N2,299 who will be able to make free calls to any Starcomms line to the value of N2,299.  This promotion is coming at a time when the purchasing power of many is generally dwindling and subscribers are keen to get adequate value for their money.

Speaking on the offer, the Chief Executive Officer of Starcomms Plc. Maher Qubain said: “Starcomms acknowledges the adjustments people have had to make in the last few months of challenging economic situation.

It is therefore apt for us to respond positively, as we always do, to the yearnings of our subscriber, especially students and other people in the lower segment of the economy. We have therefore made it easy for people to join the Starcomms network without having to overstretch themselves financially. This is part of our strong resolve to always bring the best offer to the reach of our teeming subscriber.”
The use of this bonus free airtime can be enjoyed by Starcomms subscriber within only one month starting from the moment of first activation. The new subscribers will enjoy this offer alongside the value-added services like the missed call notification and the call waiting options.


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