Simultaneous with the longest night of the year, Yalda, Hamrah-e-Avval invites its subscribers to a festival of new services for this occasion.
As Public Relations of MCI reported, the subscribers may join to Hamrah-e-Avval’s special services dedicated to Yalda Night by sending YALDA to 7022 and enjoy the services including Chelleh Irani, Lesan al-Ghayb, Short Stories, and some other competition programs and take part in the Large Chelleh Lottery.
According to the report, Gold Coin, mobile phone set and Hafiz’s Poems are among the valuable prizes of Yalda Festival. The subscribers welcome the winter by joining to the Chelleh festival which includes receiving new SMS for beginning of winter, Hafiz’s poems for this occasion, reading new short stories relating to Chelleh and winter, information about the customs of Yalda, the old Iranian historical night, compete with each other and, finally, wine prizes.
After joining to the competition and receive of the required scores, the subscribers can take part again and wine prizes. The subscribers can cancel the service at any time they wish only by sending OFFYALDA word to 7022.
The report also adds: the subscribers, who wish to join only to one of the services, can select their desired one e.g. the subscribers who want to use only Yalda Congratulation messages, can send PAYAM word to 7022; by sending DASTANAK word to 7022, the subscribers will select the short story service of Yalda. If they send FAL to 7022, then they will join to Hafiz’s auspice service, and by sending CHELEH to 7022, they learn about the ancient Iranian customs relating to Yalda, the longest night of the year. The subscribers of Hamrah-e-Avval’s SIM cards can join to competition by sending (?) to 7022 and take part in lottery if collect the required scores.
If a subscribers wishes to cancel a know service, he / she can OFF+ keyword of that service (e.g. OFFDASTANAK) and cancel the service.
The cost of each incoming SMS is 500 Rls. and only those people will be allowed to join to the lottery who have already joined to the service.