Watch the Pacquiao-Bradley fight for free
SAN FRANCISCO, California—Xoom Corporation, a leading internet-based money transfer company, is excited to announce another special offer for first time Xoom customers. New Xoom customers who send a money transfer from May 21, 2012-June 9, 2012 are eligible to watch the Pacquiao-Bradley Pay-Per-View (PPV) fight for free in Standard Definition (SD). This PPV offer is valued at $55.
“Manny Pacquiao continues to deliver one exciting fight after another and Xoom is proud to offer his kababayans the chance to watch his upcoming WBO title fight against Bradley,” said Xoom President and CEO, John Kunze. “Just like Pacquiao’s quest for excellence, Xoom strives to offer Filipinos a great remittance service that is safe, convenient and hassle-free”, Kunze added.
How to Watch the Pacquiao-Bradley Fight for Free on PPV
Watching the Pacquiao-Bradley fight for free is easy: first-time Xoom customers just need to send a money transfer between May 21, 2012-June 9, 2012 from www.xoom.com/manny.
Customers can purchase the Pacquiao-Bradley PPV fight on June 9, 2012 from their TV service provider. Customers who purchase the telecast in High Definition will only receive reimbursement for the Standard Definition fee. Eligible customers will receive a $55 prepaid VISA gift card from Xoom towards the PPV fee in SD.
For the complete terms and conditions of this offer, please visit www.xoom.com/manny. This offer is subject to change without notice and is valid while supplies last.
Xoom was founded in 2001 and is now one of the biggest and most trusted money transfer companies among Filipinos in the US. Xoom offers safe and secure sending options from the convenience of a laptop, tablet PC or smart phone. Customers can access Xoom.com 24/7 and send money using their bank account, debit or credit card. Xoom is partnered with BDO, BPI, PNB, Cebuana Lhuillier, M. Lhuillier and Globe GCash in the Philippines. For more information, visit www.xoom.com/philippines.
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