Bluesky brings the sunshine, offers surprise on White Sunday

14 October 2018, 12:00AM

PR - Threats of rain did not stop Bluesky from bringing the Sunshine into over 40 family homes this White Sunday!

Even as the country celebrates, the company is also promising something extra as a surprise today for their pre-paid customers.

Bluesky’s Top Up and Win promotion ended on a positive high – where customers had to Top Up $7 tala and receive for free; 1GB of Data, entries into the draw to win $200 tala cash prizes daily, or a chance to win brand new Samsung Galaxy S9 Mobile phones. 

In addition to this, food and clothing vouchers to help ease the strains of White Sunday.  

“Bluesky understands this is an exciting time for the Children of Samoa, and every year families put in a lot of thought into their White Sunday preparations,” Country Manager, Alex Abraham, said.  

 “Therefore we were excited to have come up with a White Sunday campaign to benefit not just our children, but the parents who work tirelessly behind the scenes.”

“We also wanted to ensure that every child receives a fair chance, even if their families couldn’t afford to buy $7 tala echarge. Therefore not only did we run a top-up & win campaign, but we also ran a White Sunday Competition on Facebook, free of charge.”

Creative juices were flowing Bluesky’s White Sunday Facebook Competition with Children showcasing their talents and memory (bible) versus which people can see when they search up #BlueskyWhiteSunday on Facebook.  The most likes receive $250 tala vouchers.

 “This was our way to spread the Sunshine even to those less fortunate this White Sunday” says Alex Abraham.  

Mr. Abraham also hinted that all Bluesky Prepaid Customers will receive a special surprise for this Sunday only; to help share their White Sunday experiences with family and friends everywhere.

“The management and staff of Bluesky wishes each and everyone a blessed and safe White Sunday, as we celebrate the importance of our beloved children and the contribution they bring in to our families.”

14 October 2018, 12:00AM

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