TNM brings ‘Za Bhoo’ promotion: K5mil, fridges, screens up for grabs

To reward customers for supporting its growth and operations, Malawi’s integrated mobile network and ICT service provider TNM is pleased to announce the launch of “Za Bhoo” promotion which aims to reward customers with different exciting prizes.

Makata (middle) and TNM officials briefing the journalists

Speaking during the launch of the promotion in Blantyre, TNM’s Chief Officer- Consumer Services Daniel Makata said Za Bhoo promotion has been launched to demonstrate gratitude for the support TNM is receiving from customers and interact with them while dishing out cash and other prizes.

“TNM continues to grow phenomenally in both terms of coverage and customer acquisition. This is attested in latest financial results of the company, and we felt obliged to reward our customers for contributing towards business growth,” said Makata.

Makata disclosed that the grand prize for “Za Bhoo” promotion is cash amounting to K5 million and other prizes are fridges, smart screens among others.

“Apart from the designed prizes, TNM subscribers will also get rewards in form of TNM-TNM free talk time minutes for every recharge above K100 during the promotion. The aim is to make sure that each and every customer gets rewarded for choosing the premium network,” he said.

To enter the promotion, TNM subscribers are required to recharge with scratch cards of K100, K200, K500 and K1000 respectively and stand a chance to win various exciting prizes for Za Bhoo Recharge & Win, SMS QUIZ to 9090 to Subscribe to TNM General Knowledge Quiz and stand a chance of winning in the weekly and monthly draw for Za Bhoo TNM Quiz or respond to an SMS prompt and SMS WIN to 9090 to check if they have won an instant mystery prize for Za Bhoo Instant Mystery Prize.

The promotion runs from September to November 2016.

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