Army, police personnel get free e-paper subscriptions to The Borneo Post, Utusan Borneo and See Hua Daily News
0 month ago, 27-Mar-2020
See Hua Marketing Sdn Bhd assistant sales manager Barry Lim (right) registering police and army personnel at one of the roads in the city. Photo by Chimon Upon
KUCHING: Police and army personnel deployed to assist in the public’s compliance of the Movement Control Order (MCO) in Sarawak are entitled to one year’s free subscription of either The Borneo Post, Utusan Borneo or See Hua Daily News electronic paper (e-paper).
This is in appreciation of their services to ensure the nation stays safe as it unites in the fight against Covid-19.
The free subscription is limited to 1,000 copies of each of the three e-papers.
As of 1pm today, about 400 personnel have registered, with Utusan Borneo being the popular selection.
Register from now until April 14 by clicking https://bit.ly/mcoepaper414 to subscribe.
For more information, contact See Hua Marketing at 082-330505 from 8am to 12pm or email email@example.com.
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