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Jollibee meals are a text away with Sun Business

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Sun Business, the corporate solutions arm of Sun Cellular together with everyone’s favorite fastfood Jollibee has come up with an innovative way of bringing its Langhap Sarap products easier and faster to its customers – introducing the Jollibee Express Delivery SMS Ordering through Mobile Ticketing, powered by Sun Business.

The Jollibee Express Delivery SMS Ordering is the first SMS fast-food ordering system in the country.  Now, customers from Metro Manila, Cavite and Pampanga can easily order and enjoy their favorite Jollibee treats through text.

To order, just type Reg<space>  Last name, First name <space> complete delivery address (maximum of 100 characters including name) and send to 8-7000 for Sun subscribers and 0922-998-7000 for other networks.  After receiving a confirmation text, type Order<space>quantity – product and special instructions to the same numbers above.  Minimum P200 food purchase applies, available from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.  Text messaging rates apply for other networks, and free for Sun Cellular subscribers.

“It is an honor for us at Jollibee to partner with Sun Business Solutions in providing this innovation for our Delivery Business Channel.  This is the first SMS-based ordering system and we are glad that we can provide this service to our loyal customers.  Now, with the power of Sun Cellular, Jollibee customers can enjoy their favorite LanghapSarap meals with just a simple text message.  Truly, with Jollibee and Sun Cellular, ang saya ng Langhap-Sarap!” Manuel Yap, Jollibee VP and Head of National Business Channels shared.

Sun Business’ Mobile Ticketing is a customer service support solution that allows companies such as Jollibee to deploy a help desk or hotline system for their customers over SMS.  Features of the Mobile Ticketing service include: network – reach your clients anytime, anywhere; enhanced customer service and support – with personalized categories, keywords and auto-replies; improved operations through effective tracking and easy resolution of customer issues; and hassle free, as the service requires no additional installation or hardware requirement.

Grow your business venture and collaborate with today’s most reliable business partner, Sun Business.  To begin, log on to http://sunbusiness.com.ph, call the Sun Business Hotline 395-8PRO (395-8776) or visit The Sun Shop nearest you to inquire.

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