Tigo offers Christmas gift to customers

Millions of Tigopesa customers now have reason to look forward to the festive season thanks to the launching of a new promotion where winners stand to win up to 10m/-.

Speaking at a brief ceremony of the launch, Tigo Corporate Communications Manager, Mr John Wanyancha, said that this was another opportunity to give their customers something to smile about, as well as continue the culture of giving away gifts during Christmas and New Year festivals.

“This promotional drive dubbed “Dance for joy when you win cash with Tigopesa” aims at enriching people’s lives in which cash prizes worth over 1bn/- will be won by its customers through Tigopesa transactions within two months,” he said.

Mr Wanyancha explained that there would be monthly cash prizes of 10m/- for 10 winners each, weekly cash prizes of 2m/- for 20 winners each and daily cash prizes for 200,000 each for 50 winners each.

He said that the more a person engaged in the transactions, the higher the chances of winning, adding that the promotion also provided a platform for those who had yet to get enrolled in the mobile money service to do so.

The Tigopesa Promotion Coordinator, Ms Mary Rutha said that only registered Tigopesa subscribers would be eligible to participate in the promotion by either sending money, buying goods, cashing out, recharging airtime or paying bills.

“Transactions that do not qualify for the draw include balance check, pin change, mini-statements, language change and buying packages like Kabaang,” she said.

Ms Rutha announced that the first draw of the new promotion will be conducted on December 23 and all the following draws will be done on Mondays and the prize giving on Wednesdays next week because of Christmas Day.

She said that the weekly winners will have their cash prizes credited to their Tigopesa accounts while the other winners may have to provide their bank account numbers.

Tigo has recently started a new service where a subscriber who has an account with CRDB, Postal Bank, Amana Bank and Bank of Africa can transfer their money from their phone into their bank accounts.
Source: Daily News, reported by Masembe Tambwe from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
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