Vodafone Ghana has launched a new campaign that will induce mobile phone users to get hooked on a Blackberry phone.
The campaign took off with the Pidgen Music artiste, Mutombo Da Poet.
Friends of Mutombo the poet/musician recommended him by filling out a form at the Vodafone outlets. You can also do the same at any Vodafone shop near you in Ghana.
Vodafone Ghana will be using different series of activities to lure mobile users but in Mutombo's case; a mob with placards was sent to Mutombo's house early morning chanting 'Mutombo get a Blackberry now from Vodafone Ghana'.
When Mutombo went to the studio, the mob again followed him there with their placards which had the inscription ‘Mutombo get a BlackBerry from Vodafone, life is for connecting’.
The mob again continued this act of persuasion when Mutombo was having lunch his friends.
This campaign launched by Vodafone Ghana is filled with lots of fun even though it's a postive pestering move.
So for now we can end by saying let’s see if Mutombo will finally decide to get a BlackBerry and leave people guessing who will be recommended.
If you do not know about it, then you are missing out. Vodafone Ghana is encouraging BlackBerry customers to propose the service to their family and friends, so they can share the experience of BlackBerry service from Vodafone.
You can follow the 'Recommend A Friend Blackberry campaign' on www.facebook.com/vodafoneghana
Mutombo, Accra's own spoken word artiste/poet/lyricist/musician, emerged on the burgeoning alternative scene in 2006. He has since earned his stripes as a captivating performer, and has appeared on numerous platforms including "the Mentor Show", "Face of Legon" and other local/international media platforms including TV3, ViaSat1, DSTV, GTV, Joy FM, HITZ FM etc. Mutombo is also a resident poet at Mi Prime Entertainment's "Bless the Mic" Open Mic Series and the British Council's WAPI series. "Sweet Memories" is the 1st single from his debut album "PhotoSentences".
His "Photosentences"album was released in January 2011 by Pidgen Music. Mutombo's goal with "PhotoSentences" is to illustrate the visceral power of his words; laced over head nodding beats, to show young Ghanaians that Spoken Word/Poetry is alive, and to pave the way for local up and coming poets in search of inspiration
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