MobileCom Sponsors Road Master II Treasure Hunt
Local GSM provider MobileCom sponsored the Road Master II Treasure Hunt, which took off from the company’s parking lot. At least 80 cars with more than 300 very excited contestants took part in the challenging competition in which participants needed to find clues in order to win rewarding prizes.
Chief Marketing Officer of Mobilecom, Jean-Marie Agniel said: “As part of its social responsibility, MobileCom is always keen on sponsoring educational, social and sports activities especially events that include a high level of entertainment and fun such as the Road Master II Treasure Hunt. Participants clearly entered into the spirit with a lot of enjoyment and excitement and rose to the challenging experience which took people all over parts of Amman.”
Held for the second consecutive year, the competition included 20 clues; each clue led the competitor to another location where the next clue was to be found. A number of the clues included questions on MobileCom’s products and services.
The competition ended in the evening at the Royal Automobile Museum in Al-Hussein Park with the first place winner receiving US$1,000, first runner up going home with US$600 and the second runner up taking US$400, in addition to other great prizes that were distributed across other contenders.
MobileCom is the Jordanian public mobile telephone network operator, and is the operator of the mobile communications license granted to Jordan Telecom. MobileCom is a member of the Jordan Telecom Group that also includes e-Dimensions and Wanadoo.
An agreement was signed on January 23, 2000 allowing the JITCO Investment Group, led by France Telecom, to enter Jordan Telecom with a 40 percent shareholding equity. JITCO is a holding company which is owned partly by France Telecom (88%) and partly by the Arab Bank Ltd (12%).
The company combines local Jordanian capability with the technological advantages and network management / operation experience of one of the world's leading telecommunications operators, France Telecom.
The company has built a new, highly advanced, mobile communications network to serve the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and launched its full public service in Jordan on 15th September 2000.
- MobileCom increases its "Dandanah" service reach for its customers
- MobileCom Awards Winners of Draw on Tawjihi Results Service
- MobileCom signs exclusive deal with Jordan Youth Club’s football team
- MobileCom Provides Discounted Call Tariffs within University Campus
- MobileCom to support National Goodwill Campaign