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15 Airtel Customers Rewarded in Cashmania Promo

15 Airtel customers have bagged one hundred thousand shillings each in the recently launched 90 day Cashmania promotion that was launched on the 26th of August 2011.

One of the winners, James Muli, a pastor with the Africa Brother hood Church in Kitui said that through the promotion he is able to pay for his children’s school fees and he his grateful to Airtel for rewarding him in this very special way that allows him to achieve more for his family as he uses Airtel.

Another winner is 23-year-old Daniel Kivuu from Machakos and Boniface Onyango from Baba Dogo in Nairobi who were all smiles and full of happiness and praise for the Airtel brand on the realization of their big win.

The SMS based requires participating Airtel customers all over Kenya to send SMS to the number 888 and answer fun and easy questions that offers them points and qualifies them to enter into the daily draws in which they stand to win the daily Ksh 100,000.00 cash prize. Each SMS in the promotion is charged at Ksh 25.

The Airtel Kenya Marketing Director Mr. Henry Njoroge was full of excitement in his message of congratulations to the winners explaining that the promotion is open to all Airtel Kenya customers holding both postpaid and prepaid numbers adding that “We are delighted to see the happiness and the very special feeling of satisfaction amongst the winners and thank them for their loyalty and continued support of the Airtel brand”.

The 90 day promotion comes to a close in November 2011 and will reward customers with a total of Ksh 9 million, Kshs7.5 million of which is yet to be won.

Written by Robert

Respected Kenyan blogger, tech evangelist, and social justice activist. Robert is known for his hard-hitting articles and opinions disseminated through his Twitter handle @RobertAlai or Facebook page (www.fb.com/RobertAlai).

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