By Staff Writer:
TNM Mpamba, the wholly owned subsidiary of Malawi’s pioneer mobile network services provider TNM plc has unveiled Kuikunga ndi Mpamba, a promotion that will see one lucky Mpamba customer winning K100 million and sharing half of it with friends.
The promotion is a continuation of efforts by the mobile money service provider to deepen financial inclusion while providing a life of convenience and flexibility to users. TNM plc Chief Marketing Officer Frank Magombo said that Kuikunga ndi Mpamba will reward customers using Mpamba services.
“Over the years we have seen commendable growth and innovation in the Mpamba ecosystem enabling increase in the number of transactions done on the platform. This promotion aims at appreciating and rewarding customers for being part of this growth,” said Magombo.
According to Magombo, Mpamba customers are required to make a transaction of K200 and influence their colleagues to join the platform.
“To stand a chance of winning the MK100 million, customers are required to recharge with a minimum of MK200 via Mpamba (airtime or bundle) and influence a minimum of 10 people to register and recharge with a minimum of MK200 each on Mpamba,” he said.
For the K100 million grand prize, the winner will take home K50 million while the minimum of 10 friends shall equally share the balance. Other prizes include K100,000.00 cash to 40 winners and K10,000 to 1,120 winners by the end of the promotion.
“Customers who influence more friends (customers) than the minimum required number of customers will increase their chances of winning the MK100 million. One can also increase their chances by recharging more once their group has registered the minimum 10 members i.e. the minimum 10 friends you influence are an entry into the draw to win MK100 million,” said Magombo.
The promotion is also celebrating the role Mpamba agents play in the business by rewarding those who recharges or cash-out a minimum of K200. Agents prizes include 1,120 K10,000 winners and 40 K100,000.
“TNM Mpamba recognizes the role agents play in the ecosystem hence the more they recharge and cash-out, the more their chances of winning,” said Magombo.