Baku, Azerbaijan, Aug. 7
Azercell Telecom - the leading mobile operator of Azerbaijan's telecommunication market offering its subscribers a range of profitable campaigns, tariff packages and unique services, is now launching a new campaign as of Aug.4, the company said.
Thus, the company presents subscribers a stimulatory lottery Lucky SMS between August 4, 2014 and March 29, 2015. Seven subscribers will be selected each Monday and will be invited to the next draw to win a car or cash prizes.
One out of seven subscribers will win a Toyota Corolla, while six others will get a chance to win cash prizes. The winner of the car will be selected by draw under supervision of the lottery commission. During the last draw of the stimulatory lottery the customer will get a big surprise. Along with the winners of the previous gifts and prizes, subscribers will get a chance to win a Lexus GX 460. The terms for joining the lottery are very simple. A subscriber has to send a blank SMS to 8228 to get the content. The cost of one SMS is 1.18 AZN.
The Lucky SMS stimulatory lottery brings you a chance to make your dreams come true. Remember, more SMS means a greater chance!
Azercell Telecom LLC was founded in 1996 and since the first years sustains a leading position on the market. Azercell introduced number of technological innovations in Azerbaijan: GSM technology, GPRS/EDGE, 24/7 Customer Care, full-time operating Azercell Express offices, mobile e-service ASAN imza (ASAN signature) and others. With 51 percent share of Azerbaijan's mobile market Azercell's network covers 99.8 percent of the country's population.
By the end of 2013 the number of Azercell's subscribers reached 4.5 million people. In 2011 Azercell deployed 3G and in 2012 the fourth generation network - LTE in Azerbaijan. The company is the leader of Azerbaijan's mobile communication industry and the biggest investor in the non-oil sector. Azercell is the part of the TeliaSonera Group of Companies, which has subsidiaries in 17 countries with total number of 186 million subscribers and 27,000 employees.
Edited by CN