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NOVAFONENovafone Liberia, one of the leading GSM companies in Liberia at the weekend launched its Christmas and New Year promotion with several subscribers emerging as winners. The promotion is the company's way of giving back to subscribers for their loyalty.

 

Speaking at the launching program, Novafone Liberia Executive Vice President for Operations, Abdullai Kamara said the company intends to give away valuable prices including food items to 50 lucky subscribers every week.

According to Kamara, the company has also embarked on plans to improve its voice services to include exciting offers by early next year. He said Novafone will be giving out L$122,414 on the eve of Christmas and will also give out L$123,114 on the eve of the New Year.

He disclosed that the company will always be at the center of making telecommunications better for the people of Liberia.

He commended subscribers for being loyal to the company. Winners only identified as Aminata from Duala and Mohammed Kamara of Sinkor were among several others that emerged winners at Saturday's draw.

Mr. Kamara explained that in order for subscribers to stand a chance of becoming one of the lucky winners, they should continue recharging scratch cards to be eligible for the weekly draw which includes cash and lots of valuable prizes.

All subscribers need to do is to recharge US$1 and above weekly to be part of the draw.

Subscribers also instantly win five pounds of rice for every US$5 recharge they make at any of the company's shops in the country.

Novafone have had several amazing promotions over the years, with subscribers winning motorcycles, mobile phones, a ticket for the just ended FIFA World Cup, soccer jersey, booth, t-shirts, among others.

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