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IT&E and IP&E launch new loyalty program


IT&E and IP&E has launched PACIFICPOINTS, a new loyalty program that awards points that can be redeemed for vouchers for purchases at IT&E, Shell and Foody’s Guam or converted to United MileagePlus.


PACIFICPOINTS gives customers more options to accumulate points from day-today activities like paying IT&E bills, fueling up at Shell and shopping at Foody’s Guam.


To celebrate the official launch, the first 3,000 members to use their PACIFICPOINTS membership during any transaction at Shell, IT&E and Foody’s will get 100 Bonus Points.


Aside from this, there are a lot of exciting promotions lined up for IT&E and IP&E customers! All members who purchase V-Power Fuel at any Shell in Guam and Saipan will receive Double PACIFICPOINTS until January 31, 2021. Also, they can earn 500 bonus points at IT&E when they purchase select phones, including the new Samsung Note20 series and other Samsung and Apple devices, on a 12- or 24-month contract; or activate a Device Payment Plan (DPP) or Bring Your Phone (BYP) plan on a 12- or 24-month contract.


For a limited time, all Shell Lucky 7 customers will be able to transfer their Lucky 7 Points to PACIFICPOINTS. Customers can do this by emailing their PACIFICPOINTS registered ID and Lucky 7 number to lucky7@ipehq.com by December 31, 2020.


“We are excited to provide additional value to our subscribers. PACIFICPOINTS is replacing our previous rewards program and will give our subscribers the ability to earn more points in more ways and redeem more rewards. This is one of the many ways we show our appreciation for our subscribers and their continued loyalty,” said Jim Oehlerking, CEO of IT&E.

“We understand that customers can choose where and how they spend their hard-earned dollars. For many years, our customers earned great rewards with our Lucky 7 Loyalty Program. With our partnership offers in PACIFICPOINTS, those rewards are better and the value greater. Customers earn rewards with fuel purchases at Shell, convenience items at Foody’s and bill payments at IT&E. This is a great way for customers to stack up on savings while spending on everyday essentials. The convenient mobile app enables customers to see how much they are earning and customize their rewards to work best for their personal needs,” said Brian Bamba, managing director, IP&E.


Key features of the new loyalty program include:

• Free Membership - No need to pay to unlock rewards.

• Earn Points Easily

- - Earn points every month at IT&E when you pay your bill. Earn 2 points for every dollar on a wireless plan on a 12- or 24-month agreement; 1 point for every dollar on a month-to-month wireless plan; 2 points for every dollar on a 3-Service Internet Bundle (CNMI only); and 1 point for every dollar on a 2-Service Internet Bundle (CNMI only).

-- Earn 1 point for every $1 spent at all Shell Stations (Guam and CNMI) and Foody’s Branches (Guam). o Exciting promotions allow members to earn more points o Be upgraded to elite tiers for more privileges.

• Redeem Points Faster - Exchange points for discounts, vouchers and more.

• Points as Good as Cash - Use PACIFICPOINTS to pay for your purchase.

• A Lifetime of Points - Points do not expire when you earn or redeem at least once a year.

Early registration for PACIFICPOINTS began on October 23, 2020 for customers enrolled in IT&E's previous loyalty program and IP&E’s Lucky 7 program.

To learn more about PACIFICPOINTS or to sign up, visit pacificpoints.com or download the mobile app. For additional updates, follow PACIFICPOINTS on Instagram (@pacificpointsofficial) and Facebook (@pacificpoints). For more information about IT&E’s December promotions and how to earn 500 bonus points, visit ite.net or call (671) 922-4483 (Guam) / (670) 682-4483 (CNMI). For more information about IP&E’s special offers and promotions, visit www.ipeguam.com or call (671) 727- 3238.

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