BrandArena: Starcomms Introduces Please Call Me Service

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Starcomms Introduces Please Call Me Service

Starcomms Plc, Nigeria’s leading Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) operator in the telecommunication industry, has launched ‘Please call me’ service in Nigeria, in partnership with Starscriber Corporation, the leading global provider of enhanced ‘Please call me’ services.

Starscriber is an intellectual property and telecom solutions’ company, based in the U.S with offices in Canada and South America offering enhanced “Please call me” services.

This service enables subscribers to send free enhanced “Please call me” messages to other Starcomms mobiles as well as to other network subscribers. It also allows mobile users, with and without credit, to quickly and easily request call backs. Consumers only need to place a call and then end it immediately to use the service. This removes the need for consumers to memorize or input complicated dialing sequences on their mobile phones.

“We are proud to be the first operator in Nigeria to offer enhanced ‘Please call me’ services from Starscriber,” stated Logan Pather, CEO of Starcomms.  “As an innovator in the market, we recognize the need to give our subscribers what they demand – new services which enable them to communicate more quickly and with greater ease.”

Ryan Jones, CEO of Strascriber noted that “the Nigerian market is a key target for Starscriber and for enhanced Please Call Me services. In partnership with Starcomms, we delivered on our promise to give consumers a fast and highly effective value added service while immediately generating new revenue streams for our operator partner.”

Starcomms has been at the forefront of bringing innovative services to its customers. The company has been adjudged since 2007 as the CDMA network of the year by top telecommunication industry watchers.

It is the leader in Nigeria in the provision of mobile data services and has received consistent recognitions and accolades for services in this space since 2007.

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