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Davao City is the 4th home for Cherry Prepaid Concept Store

Cherry Prepaid offers income-generating opportunities for partners

There’s no stopping Cherry Prepaid from doing more for its stakeholders. Cherry Mobile Communications, Inc. (CMCI), Davao City is the 4th home for Cherry Prepaid Concept Store. The company behind Cherry Prepaid, launches its fourth Concept Store here, to the delight of local residents. 

 

CMCI Chairman and CEO Maynard Ngu founded the company in 2014, and launched Cherry Prepaid in November 2015. “Relative to the pursuit of CHERRY, which is to provide cost-efficient technology to all Filipinos, we have partnered with Globe Telecom to launch Cherry Prepaid, and crafted campaigns and promos that will appeal to our consumers and let them stay connected at affordable rates. Now, we want to go even a step further by creating the Cherry Prepaid Partner Program, which provides additional income, especially during these trying times, to our Partner Agents in perpetuity.” explains Ngu.

 

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Davao City is the 4th home for Cherry Prepaid Concept Store

 

Last September 24, a new Cherry Prepaid concept store was unveiled in Davao City following the success of the Imus, Lucena and Tagum store openings. The company emphasized its goal to have stores in most major cities in the country within the year.

 

During the national media press conference held on September 28, 2021, President and COO Jacy Chua, led a virtual walkthrough of its Davao City store and announced the opportunities that await Cherry Prepaid partners and subscribers. “The goal is to provide cost-efficient technology to all Filipinos. So all our offers are designed to cater to the needs of our target consumers, to be able to stay connected at affordable rates.” says Chua. He also added that “Cherry prepaid strives and focuses on ways we can provide more to our kababayans, especially during this very difficult time. Commissions can be received continuously by Cherry Prepaid Partners as long as the subscriber they activated continues to keep their sim-card active. Partners are entitled to get a commission from every load top-up of the subscriber, regardless of where they purchase it from. Anyone can be a Cherry Prepaid Partner. We have different programs that individuals or businesses can be part of, providing additional income of P5,000 to P50,000 monthly” 

 

The Davao City concept store is the fourth Master Distributor branch in the Philippines.  This premium store will cater to all potential business partners under the Cherry Prepaid Partner Program within the Davao City area. 

 

Cherry Prepaid’s Davao City and Tagum City Master Distributor Mr. Dino Ginete, shared “The Cherry Prepaid Partner Program is something new to the industry, and not only provides a more sustainable business but also helps provide Filipinos a new business opportunity amid this pandemic. We ourselves, and I’m sure along with millions of other Filipinos, suffered financially caused by this pandemic.  Many lost their jobs and livelihoods were affected.  A lot of Filipinos are continuing to find ways to boost their income. This partnership ensures that everyone, all the types of Partners, share in the growth and progress of Cherry Prepaid.” explains Ginete.

 

Applicants to the Cherry Prepaid Partner Program only need to present a valid government ID, a Barangay Clearance Certificate, and the joining fee, which varies depending on the Partner type. The company also announced that it will be opening its fifth store in Calamba City, Laguna this October 1. Similar to its previous store openings, the first 96 partners who will be onboarded will receive new smartphones.

 

For more information about Cherry Prepaid’s programs and latest updates, check their official Facebook page here:  

 

Cherry Prepaid: https://www.facebook.com/cherryprepaid

 

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