Prepaid mobile network launches latest craze-A A +A
Sunday, October 16, 2011
TALK ‘N Text, one of the leading prepaid mobile brands, recently launched in Cagayan de Oro City a special promo called “UnliTxt2ALL15” for subscribers in specific areas in Mindanao as part of the firm’s 11th anniversary blowout.
Jane Basas, Talk ‘N Text’s marketing head, said the network’s latest offers definitely amazes prepaid subscribers. She said for only P15 two-day validity period, the subscribers can send messages to all networks unlimitedly.
Basas said subscribers would just have to register by typing in UA15 and send to 4445 to enjoy the offer.
The new offer, Basas said, is only applicable in Northern Mindanao, General Santos City, Zamboanga Peninsula, Autonomous Region for Muslim Mindanao (Armm), as well as in North and Central Luzon. The promo runs until December 15, 2011.
“This is our simple way of saying ‘Thank You’ to our loyal subscribers, in which through the years we’ve always come up with exceptional promotions which are consumer-based as they have always believe in the service of Talk ‘N Text,” Basas said.
During its first year of operation in 2000, Talk ‘N Text subscribers significantly reached one million.
Basas said that after eight years of service, the network owned the largest market in mobile services to 10 million subscribers. By the end of 2009, the number of subscribers ballooned to 17 million, making Talk ‘N Text the second biggest prepaid mobile brand next to its mother network, Smart.
She cited TNT to have the most affordable prepaid rates that subscribers could get something what they paid for as the network brand shares the Smart network that happens to have the largest network coverage among all other network companies.
“It’s the biggest base of customers, the most access to innovation, the best equipment, and is the most reliable,” Basas said.
“The long term commitment to provide the best value in products and services for the subscribers is in the bloodline of Talk ‘N Text. Everything starts and ends with the consumers,” she said.
“It offered something so simple, yet relevant and affordable – talk and text, the name itself says it,” she added.
Published in the Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro newspaper on October 17, 2011.