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 MTC Press Release

MTC gives away bakkie, other specials at Ongwediva Trade Fair


Issued by: MTC  
[Windhoek, Namibia, 24 August 2009] -

It is a couple of months since the car crazy promotion, during which MTC gave away 30 Volvos to lucky customers. While those Volvos still generate some excitement in the minds of many customers, MTC has conjured up another offer, this time a brand new 2 litre Toyota bakkie to be won by one lucky customer during the Ongwediva Trade Fair.

The bakkie is up for the taking by any customer who buys prepaid broadband during the Ongwediva Trade Fair, which runs from 21-29 August 2009 in Ongwediva. Any customer who purchases prepaid or subscribe to post-paid broadband will be entered into a draw, which will be held during the final day of the trade fair. That means all the customers who buy the prepaid broadband will contend for the big prize.

Apart from the bakkie promotion, MTC has gone into overdrive for the Ongwediva Trade Fair as the company announced a range of specials for the duration of the show. People flocking to the trade fair will be spoilt for choice, as MTC has significantly reduced cost on almost all of its specials, including handsets and mobile broadband (prepaid and post-paid broadband).

Mr Miguel Geraldes, MTC's Managing Director, said over and above the Ongwediva Trade Fair being a marketing platform, the company wants to expose the people of Namibia, particularly those living in northern Namibia, to the different mobile products that can make their lives easier, be they businesspeople or students.

“At MTC, we are about access. We want to give 081 Nation the benefit of accessing our products and services at affordable costs. Our presence at the Ongwediva Trade Fair will serve again to expose our brand to our people and to open the opportunity to everyone to have access to our fantastic specials that we have on offer during the period of the trade fair,” said Geraldes.

Among the specials on offer are the W156 Motorola, LG Cookie as well as post and prepaid broadband (Internet).

Specials on the handsets at the trade fair:

The Motorola W156 currently retails for N$199, including a starter pack and N$81 airtime.

It will go retail for N$149 at the Trade Fair, including a starter pack and N$81 worth of airtime.

The LG Cookie currently sells for N$1 799, including a starter pack and N$19 airtime.

It will go for N$999, including a starter pack, N$81 worth of airtime.

It will, however, only be available to the first 1 000 customers who would have to apply through an SMS registration process.

Broadband data specials – buy or sign up and stand a chance to win a Toyota Hilux.

Postpaid broadband

HSDPA/3G/EDGE/GPRS

For only N$249 Per month you get:
* Free 3G USB device
* Free 500MB per month
* Free connection
* Free double-up data:
500 + 500 = 1 000MB/month

For only N$349 Per month you get:
* Free 3G USB device
* Free 1GB per month
* Free connection
* Free double-up data:
1GB + 1GB = 2GB/month

Happy hours: Free Internet during happy hours daily between 01:00 and 05:00. New customers will receive 1GB free once-off when you sign up.

Prepaid broadband

HSDPA/3G/EDGE/GPRS free Internet with unlimited traffic during happy hours, whether they are new or existing customers. The product is available to prepaid instant broadband and 3GO! customers. 3G USB modem for only N$849, including starter pack and 1GB free data usage worth N$1 000 happy hours: free Internet during happy hours, seven days a week from 1am to 5am.

MTC is Namibia's leading telecommunications service provider, with over 1.2 million active subscribers in a country of some 2 million inhabitants and offer data and voice services (post- and prepaid).

 
 

MTC

MTC (Mobile Telecommunications Limited) was established in 1995 as a joint venture between Namibia Post and Telecommunications Holdings (NPTH), Telia and Swedfund. During May 2004, NPTH concluded a deal that saw it hold 100% of the shares in MTC, by acquiring the 49% held by Telia Overseas and Swedfund International. NPTH is 100% owned by the government of the Republic of Namibia. On 1 September 2006, the sale of 34% of MTC shares to Portugal Telecom (PT) was concluded with the management contract also ceded to PT. www.mtc.com.na

 
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