Tune Talk is giving away free calls withing the network on this Friday 18 June 2010. All calls between Tune Talk mobile numbers will be free for 24-hours. Not sure if SMSes are free as well though.
Full Press Release inside.
PETALING JAYA, 16 June 2010 – It’s free-call day for all Tune Talk subscribers this Friday!
Welcoming the 1 millionth subscriber to activate a Tune Talk number, the country’s newest telco is giving all its subscribers 24 hours of free calls to any Tune Talk number on Friday 18 June 2010.
“As the country’s youngest telco, we are very excited to have reached our annual target of 1 million subscribers 2 months ahead of our first anniversary in August. We are determined to give our subscribers the best deal and already we are the cheapest prepaid in the country at a 16 sen flat rate per minute for calls to any number in Malaysia, which is the cheapest of all prepaid mobile products by far,” said Tune Talk CEO Jason Lo.
To rev up its 1 millionth subscriber celebration, Tune Talk is also running a Top Up Contest giving away a free trip for 2 to London worth RM30,000 for the highest top up in June. Meanwhile, through its daily contests on Era, THR Raaga, Hitz.fm and MY.fm radio stations, Tune Talk is giving away a free trip for 2 to Bali on each station every day, inclusive of flight, accommodation and spending money. Hundreds of free Bali trips are up for grabs via the radio contests that are open to all listeners until 26 June 2010.
For a limited period from 19-21 June 2010, Tune Talk is giving a 20% bonus on all top up amounts be it RM5, RM10, RM30, RM50 or RM100.
“This is our way of saying thank you to all our customers, as well as friends who would like to join us and enjoy this unbelievable one flat nationwide rate of 16 sen per minute anytime, anywhere. At more than half the price of other prepaid products, subscribers get to save over 50% off their mobile phone bills with Tune Talk,” added Lo.
Tune Talk subscribers can choose to top up via Tune Talk’s portal www.tunetalk.com, the ATM and internet banking services of Maybank, CIMB Bank, RHB Bank and EON Bank; e-Pay terminals; 7-Eleven outlets or any of its 10,000 authorised dealers nationwide.
Tune Talk is the only mobile service provider that rewards its subscribers with free personal accident insurance coverage worth RM100,000.
With IDD rates around 10%-30% cheaper than other operators, Tune Talk is also popular amongst migrant workers and parents of students studying abroad.
Tune Talk’s commercial service was launched on 19 August 2009, offering the lowest flat rate in the country of 22 sen per minute that is now revised down to 16 sen per minute for voice calls, and 5 sen per SMS.