Tigo Rwanda is excited to announce the launch of ‘Ba Miliyoneri’ (Be a Millionaire), the Mega Promotion that will give Tigo customers the chance of winning up to a total of Frw 26 million daily.
Every day, one lucky customer can win Frw 5 million, ten customers can win Frw 1 million each and 100 customers who can win Frw 100,000 each. This means there could potentially be 111 winners every day.
Ultimately, one lucky customer will win Frw 10 million in a grand draw on 31st December 2016.
Participation in the promo is very easy: All that a Tigo customer needs to do every day is to simply call ‘155’, send an SMS to ‘155’, or dial *155# and choose ‘Kina’ to check if they are winner. A customer who has participated will immediately receive a notification from ‘155’ informing them whether they have won a prize or not.
All customers who participate in the promo on a daily basis will be automatically entered into the daily Frw 1 million draw on Rwanda Television as well as the draw for the grand prize of Rwf 10 million.
The daily draws on Rwanda Television will take place at 6:30pm.
The cost of each SMS/call is Frw 100. Every time a customer sends an SMS to ‘155’, calls ‘155’ or dials *155# they will receive two free minutes and three free SMS to be used on the Tigo network. The awarded minutes and SMS will be valid until midnight of the same day.
Yaw Ankoma Agyapong, Tigo Rwanda Chief Commercial Officer, at the launch of ‘Ba Miliyoneri’ said: “Because of the loyal support of our customers, we have had a successful 2016. With the ‘Ba Miliyoneri’ campaign, we want to give back to them and say to them ‘thank you for being a part of Tigo’”.
Tigo plans to run this promotion until 31st December 2016.
The terms and conditions of this promotion will be published on the Tigo website (http://www.tigo.co.rw/) and the list of winners will be communicated on the Tigo Rwanda Facebook page. You can watch the daily draw on Rwanda TV every day at 6:30pm
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