CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati Bell presents its annual Santa Holiday Hotline program where children can receive personalized phone calls from Santa.
Beginning Tuesday until Dec. 23, residents in Greater Cincinnati, Dayton, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana can schedule free, customized phone calls from Santa Claus to their children, friends and families.
"Santa's Holiday Hotline is a unique way to enhance the magic and excitement of the holiday season for local residents young and old," said Jane Weiler, Director of Digital Marketing and e-Commerce at Cincinnati Bell.
"You can't help but smile when you pick up the phone and hear Santa on the other end. It's our way of saying, 'Happy Holidays from your hometown communications provider.'"
Users can personalize the call by choosing from one of four different messages and selecting the recipient's name from a list of popular boy and girl names. If a desired name is not available, the program provides a generic call option for each gender.
Calls can be scheduled online at www.cincinnatibell.com/holiday. Recipients of the calls must have a 513, 859, 937 or 812 area code. The caller ID will show the call coming from the North Pole.
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