Monday, May 26, 2008

Aga Mulach Promotes Sun Cellular Phone in "Boses ng Barkada"

With Aga's new endorsement comes a new television commercial (TVC) titled "Sun Cellular, Boses ng Barkada."  It promotes Aga as the new face behind Sun Cellular and its most popular flagship permanent service,  the Sun Call and Text Unlimited (CTU) 25 that offers the most cost-efficient service in town -  unlimited calls  and texts for one day for only P25!  It can be availed through Sun's electronic loading service Sun Xpress Load and e-pins. Meanwhile, regular load can also be converted to CTU25.

"Sun Cellular is   the only operator that offers unlimited calls. For a flat daily rate, our subscribers can call and text other Sun numbers all they want for 24 hours. This is our distinct offer to consumers," says Joan Dueñas, AVP for Prepaid Business "People need to communicate everyday with family, friends, and business contacts.  Through this, Sun Cellular builds and nurtures relationships. That's why we did this recent campaign: our subscribers are not just limited to texting, they can call all they want."

"The TVC suits Aga best: not only is he a celebrated actor, he is also a noted sportsman, a businessman and a family man," enthuses Dueñas. "With the many reel and real life roles he plays, it is important that he communicates constantly  with his family and colleagues in the business.  Sun's Call & Text Unlimited service allows him to do that. They are all just a phone call away."

Aga couldn't agree more.  "I always want to be connected to those very important to me."  He also believes in Sun's value for money offering, saying that CTU 25 is good for everyone like people who work for him in his construction/real estate project.  "Lahat ng tao gusto maging praktikal.  Sa Sun, tumawag ka lang. Mag-usap na kayo.  That  is why I'm so excited to be with Sun.  I believe in the brand." - Press Release

Filipino Supporters of the Communist Party of the Philippines/NPA Gave Up

Many supporters of the NPA Movement have called it "quit." They are back to the government fold.

Ninety-six mass base supporters of the Communist Party of the Philippines/New People's Army/National Democratic Front (CPP/NPA/NDF) have surrendered to elements of the Army's 14th Infantry Battalion in three separate incidents in Eastern Samar, a military spokesman reported Saturday.

Army spokesman Lt. Col. Romeo Brawner said the first incident was at 8 a.m. on May 13 where 49 New People's Army supporters from Cagtoong, Oras, Eastern Samar, headed by Brgy. Chairman Joel M. Mejica surrendered to the said troops.

Brawner said the second incident was at 9 a.m. the same day where 17 communist terrorist supporters from Brgy Capili, Oras headed by Brgy Chairman Rufo J. Madeja surrendered.

At 11 a.m., another 30 communist terrorist supporters from Brgy. Gamot of same municipality headed by Brgy. Chairman Arnulfo M. Oros surrendered to the same Army unit, said Brawner.

"The surrenderors are now executing their affidavits for the filing of appropriate charges against the NPA rebels operating in the area in coordination with the local PNP," said Brawner, quoting reports from the field.

"This surrender is a manifestation that the communist movement is losing support from its mass base. With the relentless surrender and neutralization of NPA members and their guerilla fronts coupled with continuous operations of government troops, it is not impossible to reduce the NPA rebels into an insignificant number come 2010," said Brawner.

Meanwhile, in a separate incident in Samar, Brawner said members of the 34th Infantry Battalion, while conducting combat operation, discovered an enemy abandoned camp in Sitio Bagte, Brgy. Manlilinab, Basey at 11 a.m. on May 20.

"The said camp is composed of 40 bunkers that can accommodate more or less 200 communist terrorists. The camp is said to be abandoned for almost two months. The troops recovered a BDA (battle dress attire) uniform, one M14 magazine, and CT personal belongings," said Brawner.

He said the troops are still in the area to monitor possible enemy presence.

Brawner also reported that another enemy abandoned camp was discovered by one platoon from 42nd Division Reconnaissance Company while conducting combat operations towards their designated objective in Brgy. Mabini Surigao City at 3:45 p.m. on May 18.