25 January 2013

Zambia: Double Tobela in School Fees Draw

THE first ever Zamtel Double Tobela promotion draw to select lucky winners of school fees was successfully conducted at Lusaka's Levy Park Mall Zamtel outlet.

The draw that turned into a rare but splendid spectacle at the busy trading place was electronically conducted in full view of clients and enthusiasts who were asked to help draw winners names.

The draw was conducted for first 45 of 100 people to win school fees of up to K 20, 000, 000 (KR 20, 000) each. During the show, Zamtel explained that the amount was not limited to one person.

The winners were requested to present an invoice from the school stating the amount of money needed.

This invoice is not restricted one person but would be split to cover every child and dependant in the home as well as the participants themselves if need be.

The Double Tobela school fees draw will run every week until 100 lucky Zamtel subscribers claim their share.

The draw will run in tandem with the provincial draws that have seen people in Southern, Eastern and North- Western provinces walking away with hampers, cows, bicycles and bags of fertiliser.

For the grand prize, of three bedroom flats await numerous winners from across the country and others with school fees worth up to K2 billion (KR2,000,000) i.e. 100 winners to win up to K20,000,000 (KR20,000) each.

The people of Northern, Lusaka and Luapula provinces are entering their coupons daily in readiness for the draws in their areas.

Zambia's only total telecoms solution will continue giving its customers the best service and batter promotions as the year progresses.

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