PHOTO - Dr. Kaizad Heerjee (left), CEO of U Mobile presenting the BlackBerry Playbook to Mohd. Razif Razali, U Mobile's one millionth customer.
Launched in September 2007, Malaysian 3G mobile service operator U Mobile has already reached a milestone with its one millionth subscriber, it said.
During the prize presentation on 21 September 2011 of a BlackBerry Playbook to the one millionth subscriber - Mohd Razif Razali, U Mobile's chief executive officer Dr. Kaizad Heerjee said he believed U Mobile was on track to become Malaysia's favourite telco service provider.
"We have always placed our customers as our utmost priority by providing quality products and services paired with value-add offerings," said Dr Kaizad. "Achieving our one millionth subscriber reflects growing confidence and trust from both our customers and the market on the U Mobile brand name."
He said this milestone also saw 'a tremendous leap in number of subscribers when compared to last quarter's records'.
"A recent string of exciting offerings, discounts and rewards programme played a major part in the subscriber base growth, which included free calls nationwide within the network, zero roaming charges in Singapore, IDD Budget and high data volume broadband plans at the lowest rate," added Dr Kaizad.
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