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SMSIT Now pin card launched in Sierra Leone
By Juliet Ansumana
Feb 6, 2006, 13:32

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The Custom Printers few days ago launched a new product called SMSITNow pin card. The Manager of Custom Printers, Mr. Victor Lewis said in his statement at the launching that the new product is an interacting solution meant to create a new innovation in the communication business.

He said the new product has special functions, and designed to be used in mobile phones.

According to Mr. Johness Jones, the pin card is like all other Top up cards with a scratch panel which has 8 digits.

He explained that users should enter the 8 digits under the SMS center line.

Once the digits are correctly entered, Mr. Jones pointed out that users can get quick access news headlines, wall papers, ring tones, and play lucky dip by sending an international SMS message.

He however mentioned that these facilities are only limited to subscribers using the Celtel and Millicom networks.

Accordingly, Custom Printers will be holding monthly raffle draws starting on the end of February.

Lucky subscribers would win prizes like DVD players, TV games, mobile phones, CD stereo systems, cash prizes and other valuable items.

Subscribers will play the lucky dip by sending in SMS messages to a given centre number.

The cost of the SMSITNow pin card has been pegged at Le 5,500, with a bonus of five free requests.

Speaking to Awareness Times, the Manager of Custom Printers, Mr. Victor Lewis, he intimated that the SMSITNow pin card has been in existence for 2 years now, and that it is owned by an indigenous Sierra Leonean living in the United States of America.

He revealed that this new product will be available for sale in strategic points and to all Top up card sellers of Millicom and Celtel.


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