After announcing that it has strengthened its network reach in Mindanao, Sun Cellular now unveils its newest prepaid load variant exclusive to its subscribers in the area – The Sun TextALL 15 for Mindanao. The newest load variant comes with unlimited texts to all networks for two days for just 15 pesos
“This is our way of thanking our Mindanao subscribers for continuously patronizing our services. Their high demand for our products prompted us to further improve our services in their area and we are looking at this new load variant, to complement the strengthened network coverage in the region,” says Joan Duenas, Sun Cellular’s Vice President for Prepaid Marketing.
Early this year, Sun Cellular further widened its coverage area in Mindanao, through the facilities of its new mother company PLDT. Further improved network signal can now be felt in the areas of Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur, Basilan, Camiguin, Zamboanga, Tawi-Tawi, Dinagat Island, Compostela Valley, Sulu, parts of Bukidnon, Cagayan de Oro and Davao del Sur among others.
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“We chose Mindanao as the area for our initial phase of service expansion because we want our subscribers in the area to optimize their experience of our unlimited call and text service, as well as the value-for money bucket loads that we have been providing our subscribers nationwide,” Duenas adds.
As the very first area to benefit from initial phase of service expansion, we are happy knowing that our subscribers in Mindanao will now get to enjoy an optimized experience of Sun’s unlimited call and text services as well as the value-for-money bucket loads that we have been providing our subscribers nationwide,”
Duenas explains subscribers can easily avail of the Sun TextALL 15 load variant as it is available via load conversion and through Sun XpressLoad retailers. Customers may check out further details through the Sun Cellular Facebook page at www.facebook.com/suncellularph or through the company website at www.suncellular.com.ph. They may also tweet their inquiries via @suncelltweets or call the toll-free Hotline by dialing 200 from any Sun Cellular line.