Malawi’s integrated mobile network and ICT service provider TNM will be rewarding its customers who will buy Huawei smart phones from its shops every Friday.
Marketing Manager Madalitso Jonazi said the offer of the incentives, dubbed TNM Huawei Days, will run until July 31.
He said customers who buy the Huawei smart phones will receive bluetooth speakers, T-shirts, pens and shopping bags as a top-up incentive.
“In partnership with Huawei, we want to give our customers an opportunity to access reliable and durable handsets at the convenience of where they stay,” said Jonazi.
The Huawei P8 Lite handset comes with 1GB, 50 minutes talk time and 50 SMSs. Huawei Y5 (3G) comes with 1GB, 50 minutes and 50 SMSs and Huawei Y3 Lite comes with 50MB, 50 minutes and 50 SMSs.
The promotion is running at TNM shops in Blantyre, Chichiri, Limbe, Zomba, Lilongwe City mall, Crossroads and Mzuzu Shoprite Mpamba service point.
Last week in Lilongwe, TNM launched the fourth generation 4GLTE network, a faster and reliable platform for WIFI internet, video conferencing and streaming and customer call centres for corporations, government and other medium enterprises.
TNM Chief Executive Officer Douglas Stevenson said at the launch with this new network platform, TNM has radically improved user experience with its capacity to enhance access to the most advanced form of communications whilst substantially reducing the cost of operations.
The TNM 4GLTE network, which underwent successful trials towards the end of 2015, is now available in the four major cities of Blantyre, Lilongwe, Mzuzu and Zomba and on track to be expanded to the rest of the country by December.
The new platform will enable customers to experience reliable and fast internet, download movies and live TV without buffering, communicate via HD voice or uninterrupted HD video calling.