Airtel Malawi launches Timaitha fiesta promotion

Airtel Malawi on Tuesday launched a new promotion called Timaitha fiesta promotion to fulfill the commitment they promised to Malawians that they would enrich their day to day lives by introducing relevant and affordable products,services and promotions to meet the needs of its customers.

Speaking at the launch of the promotion at Crossroads hotel, Airtel deputy managing director Maurice Newa said that true to this promise over the past couple of months his company has introduced various ground breaking products like the K20 and K200 scratch cards,the widest 3.75G network,Airtell Money and Dial  a Doc,which is a medical advisory services which ensures that all Airtel customers can easily get consultation from qualified registered medical personnel.

Newa disclosed that the Timaintha Fiesta promotion will see 32 people from every district  win a scholarship valued at K100,000 every week for the next 13 week which translates to 415 beneficiaries.

Newa talking to reporters

In addition,10 winners from each district will get a ZTE  handset each week.While another ten customers from every district will also get K1,000 worth of airtime weekly.
“We are launching this promotion this promotion because we appreciate that during this time of year our customers have many finacial commitments such as farming, Christmas as well as taking care of other basic necessities which include education,” stated Newa.

The entry mechanisms inclde usage of over K40 worth of airtime a day of any Airtel product and service,transacting with Airtel Money and buying a new Airtel phone pack or SIM pack.

The first draw for this promotion is on 27th November and the promotion ends on 26th February.

As government is working towards the attainment of achieving universal primary education, Airtel intends to partner theses endeavor by providing scholarship through the Timaintha Fiesta.

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