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TNM Kwatentha Promotion excitement builds up

Written by  Ida Kazembe
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BLANTYRE, November 30, 2017: Excitement continues to build up two weeks into Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM) Kwatentha Promotion and two weeks before one customer wins a first Toyota Hilux D4D in the upcoming monthly draw.

Speaking in Blantyre on Tuesday where the count-down started with the first draw, TNM Head of Marketing, Sobhuza Ngwenya said the company was excited to start dishing out prizes in the summer promotion.

“The stage is set and TNM is excited to be giving out prizes to the first 200 lucky customers under Kwatentha. We are now in the count-down to the grand prize of the first month, which will be a Toyota Hilux pick-up valued at K19.8 million,” Ngwenya said.

The head of marketing said the three Toyota Hilux vehicles to be won in the next three months aim to empower TNM customers and reward them for their loyalty.

“Winning a brand new pick-up is a chance that comes once in a life time and a feat that seldom repeats itself. A pick-up comes as a utility vehicle for many meaningful ventures such as farming, construction and is a steady answer to family and community transportation needs,” he said.

He said TNM is proud to be applying mobile telecoms technology and ICT as a tool to empower Malawians who support its network through incentives such as the current Kwatentha Promotion.

According to Ngwenya, the promotion is enjoying positive response from all TNM customers so far.

During the first draw, over 200 lucky customers walked away with different prizes ranging from Huawei Y3 Lite, power banks, branded t-shirts and caps. .

Launched on November 9, Kwatentha promotion aims to reward both new and existing customers for switching to TNM and staying on Malawi’s own mobile and ICT network.
To qualify for the promotion which runs from November 9th 2017 to 9th February 2018,   customers need to top up with a minimum of K200 or more and stay active on the network to qualify for fortnight and monthly draws.



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