Telekom Networks Malawi Limited (TNM) on Wednesday conducted first draw of Waliwali ndi Mpamba promotion with 30 customers who used Mpamba Mobile Money Service for electricity bill payments and electricity units purchase, emerging as this week’s winners.
During the draw which was conducted at TNM Head Office in Blantyre, 15 customers will get K15,000 worth of electricity vouchers or have their bills not above K15,000 paid for through Mpamba Mobile Money Service, which is a TNM product.
While the other 15 customers will get a consolation prize of two free energy saver bulbs each provided for by Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) who are partners in the promotion.
Speaking after the draw, TNM Head of Division-Marketing, Sobhuza Ngwenya said was overwhelmed with the increase in number of electricity bill payments.
“Out of all those who paid their electricity bills or buy units through Mpamba, it was only 807 customers who managed to qualify. The rest of transactions were below K1,000 which is the minimum entry point,” Ngwenya explained.
Ngwenya was hopeful that the Waliwali ndi Mpamba promotion would increase the accessibility of ESCOM services through Mpamba Mobile Money Service.
Waliwali ndi Mpamba promotion is expected to run for 15 weeks with draws to be conducted on every Wednesday. It has been designed for customers using the mobile money service in accessing ESCOM services through mobile phones.
To qualify, customers have to use a minimum of K1,000 in paying bills or buying electricity units through Mpamba.
According to the design of the promotion, every Wednesday for 15 weeks 15 customers who pay bills or buy electricity vouchers through Mpamba will be selected through a draw.
The selected customers will be getting K15,000 worth of electricity vouchers each or having their bills not above K15,000 paid for through Mpamba Mobile Money Service, which is a TNM product.
Mpamba offers priceless financial transactions that are convenient, affordable and reliable to banked and unbanked, urban and rural population.
And ESCOM believes that through Mpamba it will meet government policy which requires customers not to travel a distance of over 75 kilometers to access our service.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :