Zain Iraq Page on the Facebook Break the Million Subscribers
|May 31, 2013||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
Baghdad / Mesalla: the company announced Zain mobile phones, Wednesday, continues to more than one million subscribers with it through the social networking site Facebook, indicating that it will celebrate this achievement to exceed the number of her friends million via its website.
The company said via its Facebook page that “Zain Iraq is making a new achievement the arrival of the number of its subscribers via its social networking site Facebook to more than one million of the total 13.5 million subscribers to Zain Iraq.”
The company added that “This achievement came complement to Neil Zain Iraq due to Page Award strongest and most interactive on the social networking site Facebook granted by it of its founder SocialBakers International.”
The company pointed out that it “will celebrate this achievement, which in the arrival of her friends ppm many prizes and surprises.”
The Zain Iraq, one of the first companies mobile phones that have entered Iraq after the change in 2003 where she was named company raised Telecom to shift its name later to Zain Iraq, and the number of subscribers, Zain in Iraq to more than 14 million subscribers.
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