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Airtel Offers Customers N100m in Recharge, Blow Promo


As part of activities commemorating its 20th anniversary in Nigeria, leading telecommunications services provider, Airtel Nigeria, has announced the commencement of Recharge and Blowpromo, a new offer that empowers customers to earn cash reward of up to N100m when they increase their weekly recharge.

Airtel is also rewarding all its customers with a gift of 250mb of data and 20 SMS as part of theanniversary celebrations.

Airtel says the promo is in line with its commitment to reward, excite and delight customers across the country in commemoration of its 20 years of providing telecommunication services in Nigeria.

Chief Commercial Officer, Airtel Nigeria, Dinesh Balsingh, said the Recharge and Blow offerunderscores the company’s pledge to creating exciting opportunities and platforms to reward and empower Nigerians as well as serve as a testimony to Airtel’s commitment of always putting customers first and ensuring their expectations are constantly exceeded.

“At Airtel, we always hold all our customers in high esteem and the Recharge and Blow promo as well as the data/SMS reward is an expression of our deepest appreciation to our customers across the country. We thank our customers for their loyalty and patronage even as we wish to assure them that we will not relent in providing them with the best and most relevant products, services and reward opportunities,” he said.

To participate in the promo, customers are required to dial *444*4# to view details of the campaign including preset target, recharge progress and cash token wallet. In line with the terms of the promo, customers weekly target is set every Sunday and customers are to achieve theirpreset target before Saturday.

As part of the promo, a draw is conducted weekly and preset target is based on customers’ previous recharge patterns. Upon meeting the preset target, customers stand the chance to win guaranteed cashback as well as win up to N100m in the weekly draw.

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