Bluesky tops $1.7 million in prizes and sponsorship
Leading telecommunications company Bluesky has splashed $1.7 million worth of prizes and sponsorship this year with its customers.
And the recent unveiling of its “Journey with Bluesky this Christmas” campaign - where customers have the chance to win $150,000 tala worth of prizes - adds to the investment it is making back into the community.
Bluesky general manager, Alex Abraham, said their company takes their responsibility to the public very seriously.
“We greatly appreciate our customers and we take our responsibility seriously to not only deliver the best mobile service to each and every one of them, but we also give back to our customers through our promotions and sponsorships,” he said.
“This Christmas Bluesky will give its customers a chance to win a brand new 2019 Toyota Hilux, plus the latest mobile phones such as the iPhone X’s, Samsung Galaxy S9, a Samsung J7, and also a Yamaha Generator just by E-Charging $7 or more to secure one entry into the draw.”
There will also be daily prizes with $50 tala free credit given to five lucky winners every day, added Mr Abraham. Bluesky customers will also receive free-calling minutes with every E-Charge of $2, $7 or more.
“This is our way of taking our valued customers on a Christmas journey, one they will remember for a lifetime,” he added.
For Samoans, Christmas is synonymous with family gatherings, gift sharing, lots of food, and family trips to the beach in a back of the pickup truck.
“This is why Bluesky is giving away a brand new 2019 Toyota Hilux, a Christmas a gift that will help families for the long run. Remember you must be a Bluesky customer to enjoy their promotions and be eligible to win your dream pickup truck or dream mobile phone this Christmas.”
“Therefore pick up your free super SIM at any of their branches near you and instantly receive Free 100 calling minutes, Free 500MB and every time you make an E-Charge of $3 tala you receive another free 20minutes to call + 20 SMS to stay connected with loved ones this Christmas,” Mr. Abraham said.