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Airtel Rwanda has launched a rewards campaign that will see lucky customers rewarded with motorcycles every week if they recharge their phones with airtime of over RWF 250 a week.
The campaign that is dubbed as Kandagiricyuma, is aimed at encouraging customers to continue using Airtel’s affordable services and be eligible to enter in a weekly draw and win one of the up to 8 motorcycles.
Commenting on the latest campaign, Airtel Rwanda Managing Director, Amit Chawla said; “We have introduced this campaign to try and put a smile on the faces of our lucky customers. We appreciate the period we are in and we believe this campaign will encourage our customers to use more of our services so as they can stand a chance and win a brand new motorcycle. We have had similar campaigns in the past, such as Tunga.”
“We want our customers to know that once you recharge your airtime, it comes with an extra opportunity for you to win a motorcycle every week. With promotions such as these, our customers can be able to have fun while using the Airtel network,” he added.
Note: All winners will be notified only via call from an Airtel Rwanda official number 0731000000. Beware of fraudsters and report any cases to our call center 100, the Airtel shop closest to you or on the official Airtel Rwanda social media pages.
In an effort to protect our customers and promote social distancing during the COVID 19 pandemic, the motorcycles will be delivered to each winners’ residence where ever they are in Rwanda.
Know 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 100 million customers across its operations at the end of December 2019.