MTN TO GIVE AWAY SECOND FORD EVEREST

MTN TO GIVE AWAY SECOND FORD EVEREST

Another Ford Everest worth about half a million Emalangeni is up for grabs under the second edition of the MTN 4Ever Makoya promotion dubbed ‘Makoya Reloaded’. This set of exciting news was officially announced by the company
last Friday. Alongside the grand prize, MTN will also be dishing out Mobile Money prizes worth E1 000 to five customers each week until end of this month. Thus far, the company have already disbursed Mobile Money cash prizes worth E20 000 for the new round of the promotion. The first round of the promotion was launched by MTN in May last year. The first draw was conducted at the end of October, and the first car was won by Khanyisile Nkambule, who
was a shop assistant at Ackermans in Manzini. MTN also disbursed Mobile Money prizes worth up to E110 000 since the launch of the first round of the promotion up to its culmination. MTN Senior Manager Consumer, Meshack Maseko urged
customers to buy as many different MTN products as possible, to accumulate points and stand a chance to win the car. “Each E1 that you use on the MTN network will give you one point. So, by spending more on the network, you increase your chances of winning,” he said. For example, subscribers accumulate points when they buy or use data,
Mobile Money, voice bundles, and when sending SMSes. You can then view your points by sending ‘points’ to 2020. Maseko also urged customers to register their SIM Cards. He explained that only customers who have registered their SIM Cards will be eligible to win the car. Currently, MTN Eswatini have over one million subscribers. Maseko said the company have managed to register over 800 000 subscribers since the launch of the VELA National Subscriber
(SIM-Card) Registration Project by government on May 5 last year. “We encourage our customers who haven’t yet registered their SIM Cards to do so. This will help them to be both on the good side of the law and also stand a chance to win the last Ford Everest under this exciting promotion,” he said. MTN have only two months to register the remaining 200 000 customers. After April 4, 2019, the company will be expected to deregister all SIM Cards that would not have been registered. According to the Swaziland Communications Commission (Subscriber Registration)
Regulations, 2016, should MTN not deactivate unregistered SIM Cards after the lapse of the deadline, the
company could be liable to a fine not exceeding E1 000 per SIM Card, or such other amount as maybe prescribed by the Eswatini Communications Commission (ESSCOM). “We urge customers to ensure that they register to avoid deactivation when the registration deadline lapses,” he said.

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