According to a statement released by Airtel Rwanda, the stories with the highest engagement will win 1 (one) of 3 (three) superfast PocketWifis, a starter Pack of 30GB of free Data.
“We sought to make this month even more special by inviting everyone, in a language of their choice, to express their heartfelt Love for Rwanda. Stories could be about anything that our customers, citizens and residents of Rwanda feel passionate about,” reads part of the statement.
“We will award 50 winners everyday with a PocketWifi, a superfast mobile router can connect up to 10 devices to enable remote working and online studies, free 30GB of Data for each device. This device has become the perfect companion for all that seek to remain connected at all times,” adds the statement.
Airtel added that stories submitted by the users of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram social media platforms can range from ones love and appreciation of personalities, about frontline workers such as Doctors, Nurses and the Police, supermarket workers, pharmacists, farmers and everyone who has contributed to keep us safe during the Global Pandemic. Entries can also be about ones love for a sports club, a service such as Irembo or our beautiful road network.
“Write your #NkundaUrwanda Love Story, post it on your own platform or on Airtel’s Twitter @airtelrw, Facebook @airtelrwanda or Instagram airtelrw platform, tag as many of your friends and followers and you could emerge among three daily winners” the statement added.
The hashtags for the campaign are #NoLockDownOnLove #NkundaUrwanda #LoveIsRed
For more information on visit https://www.airtel.co.rw/
About Airtel Africa Limited:
Airtel Africa Limited is a pan-African telecommunications company with operations in 14 countries across Africa. Airtel Africa is driven by the vision of providing affordable and innovative mobile services to all and is supported in pursuing this vision by its largest shareholder, Bharti Airtel. Its product offerings include 2G, 3G and 4G wireless voice and data services and mobile commerce through ‘Airtel Money’. Airtel Africa had over 97 million customers across its operations at the end of December 2018.