29 January 2013

Tanzania: Airtel's Sh30 Million Draw Set for Tuesday

THE Airtel Tanzania's 'Amka millionea' promotion is still on and today, the second monthly draw will be held, where two customers are to walk home with 15m/- each.

The Airtel Tanzania Public Relations Manager, Mr Jackson Mmbando said that: "Since the launch of the promotion in November 2012, Airtel has been dishing cash prizes on daily, weekly and monthly basis."

During the first draw in December, Ms Agnes Hassani Chakame, a 27-year-old peasant from Rufiji and Mr Rickson Richard Kilonzo, 19-year-old, form five student from Arusha were awarded 15m/- each.

"We are pleased to announce that two customers are expected to scoop 15m/- each at a draw to be held tomorrow (today) at around 11:00am, at Airtel Tanzania Head Office located at Morocco area in Dar es Salaam," Mmbando added.

All Airtel customers have the chance to win and every customer is strongly encouraged to take part. To take part send the word/s WIN/SHINDA through SMS to 15595. It is free. Thereafter the customer will receive a message from 15656 and a set of questions, where upon answering all of them correctly he or she will be entitled to 20 points, but if there is a mistake then he or she will earn 10 points. On responding to the questions each customer will be charged 350/- including tax.

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