Gardener amongst first TNM [email protected] winners

A Lilongwe gardener Kingsley Walani is amongst the first 50 people to claim a share of the total of K2.5m worth of Mpamba value that premier mobile network provider TNM has dished out during the first draw of its [email protected] Promotion in Blantyre.

Walani, who gardens in Area 18 surbub of the city, won K50,000 worth of Mpamba money and expressed his excitement in an interview.

“I never expected that luck would be on my side with TNM. I’m really excited to win this money and I encourage other people to join TNM network so that they can also win during this independence celebration promotion,” said Walani.

During the draw late Tuesday, 50 customers who had recharged their phones with K50 and more won K50,000 each worth Mpamba e-value money.

TNM Head of Head of Innovations Frank Magombo said the company has received an upsurge in numbers of customers as they bid to claim a share of the total of K135.5 million prize money split into Mpamba cash, airtime and community projects.

“The figures that we have captured during the first week are very encouraging. Malawians have embraced the promotion, the first of its kind in the country which is giving them an opportunity to decide what project they need in their communities on top of winning cash and other prizes,” said Magombo.

[email protected] is a commemorative promotion in which TNM would like to celebrate with customers by making everyone a winner.  50 winners in the grand draw will be asked to nominate a community development project of their choice in which TNM will invest K2 million over the next 12 months, bringing the total CSR spend to K100 million.

There will also be a grand prize winner who will walk away with a cool K5 million.

ln addition, the promotion accords TNM subscribers a chance to win daily prizes ranging from talk-time, data bundles and equivalent cash amounts of Mpamba.

During the first draw, 400 customers won 50 minutes talk-time and whilst 50 customers walked away K50,000 richer with Mpamba value money.

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