MTN Ghana, the biggest telecommunication company in Ghana, has introduced a new campaign to reward existing customers.
The reward package, dubbed “Free Beyond 3 campaign,” allows MTN Pay As You Go subscribers to talk for free after the first three minutes only on MTN to MTN calls.
A statement issued by MTN in Accra on Friday said the “Free Beyond 3 campaign” was the latest in the portfolio of rewards being offered by MTN Ghana to reward its Pay As You Go customers.
It said the service required prior activation and MTN customers might subscribe to enjoy this special offer by any of the following three options - calling 315; text “Free” to 315 or dial *315#.
“It’s for all pre-paid subscribers and they have the right to enjoy Free beyond 3 any day anytime,” the statement said. Commenting on the new campaign, the Chief Marketing Officer of MTN Ghana, Mr Rahul De, said, “The Free Beyond 3 campaign is to reward MTN subscribers for their continuous loyalty to MTN over the years.”
He added, “MTN will continue exciting and rewarding its cherished subscribers with meaningful unique value add offers such as this.” Mr. De assured customers of more exciting customer experience on the network. MTN recently launched fantastic offers including, the data bundle offers available on MTN Short code 138.
The Blackberry Plan also available on MTN Short code 140 was also introduced to still empower subscribers to enjoy full authority over their choices including BB Social, Complete and Absolute.
It also recently introduced MTN Directory service available on 1188 to provide subscribers with contact numbers of various institutions and companies in Ghana and a loyalty scheme called the MTN Just 4u offer aimed at rewarding loyal subscribers, which is available on MTN short code 515.
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