BIRTHDAYS CALL FOR CELEBRATIONS & BLUESKY IS CELEBRATING 15 TIMES OVER!
On July 10, 1999, Governor Tauese Sunia placed the first phone call from Bluesky’s cellular network and the Champagne was uncorked as American Samoa entered the digital age of wireless communications.
Wave after wave of innovations followed, including the introduction of high speed internet, mobile data plans, submarine fiber optic connectivity, SMS messaging, prepaid phone plans, digital cable television with dozens of live channels and HBO, modern marketing, fireworks for the community, and even the first private sector performance of Samoan traditional entertainment at both American Samoa’s Flag Day and Samoa’s Independence Day.
For fifteen years, Bluesky has been introducing new technological wonders to American Samoa while driving down the price and expanding the options for local phoning, long-distance phoning and accessing the Internet. What’s not to like? Low prices, great products, dedicated customer service, and “a whole lot of fun!”
The equation has worked for 15 years and the company is looking forward to the next 15 years of constant innovation and serving local customers.
In the meantime, the party is on! Bluesky is offering 15,000 reasons to be happy!
The list of Bluesky birthday promotions going on today and for the next few months is long, and includes lots of eCharge phone credits as well as $15,000 worth of gifts like free phones, movie tickets, massage gift certificates, restaurant gift certificates, and more.
There are lots of ways to win: eCharge $5 or more, or call or text “Happy Birthday” to 115 (cost: 15¢), or pay your Moana TV, Bluelink or Bluesky bill on time, or enter for free on “facebook.com/blueskysamoa”, or enter for free at our Laufou store or Fagatogo kiosk, or respond to radio giveaways on KSBS, 93KHJ or V103.
The Laufou store is worth a special visit, especially today, with unannounced giveaways and select TV models, tablets, phones and accessories marked down 15% for the rest of the month.
At a press conference to be held today, Bluesky will announce its new $30,000/year scholarship program for high school and ASCC graduates, as well as the company’s 2014 Community Service Project.
Bluesky CEO Aoe’e Adolfo Montengro said the company is grateful for the support of all its customers and pledged to continue to introduce new ways for residents, businesses, organizations and government agencies to enjoy the same technologies available anywhere in the world, without having to leave American Samoa.
Country Manager Lewis Wolman said that Bluesky’s past and future success is based on four things: innovative and reliable technology, devotion to placing the CUSTOMER FIRST, community service, and hiring and developing great talent.
Wolman recognized the four managers who were present when Governor Tauese made that first call, and are at the core of today’s Bluesky leadership team: Puleleiite Tufele Jr., Fay Alailima Rose, Sal Augafa, and Jeannette Yamasaki.
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