Airtel Rwanda has today launched a 3-month Airtel Money rewards campaign that will see its customers and agents receive rewards for transacting using Airtel Money. This comes a few months after their completion of airtel money and Tigo cash.
The Airtel Money campaign, dubbed “Byuka uri Millionaire” was launched in Nyabugogo Taxi Park, causing excitement in the area. Customers will be rewarded for performing any transactions (pay bills, deposit, send and receive money, buy airtime and internet bundles, pay gov’t services, school fees payments) on Airtel Money. Customers who transact using their Airtel Money and Tigo Cash accounts will be entered into a lucky draw in which 25 clients will share the daily prize of 500,000, as well as the weekly prize of 2,000,000 and the monthly prize of 10,000,000 in the cash box machine.
Additionally, Airtel Rwanda will reward its agents and ‘Super Agents’ based on how many unique customers they serve in a weekly draw of 1.5 Million for the agents and brand new Made in Rwanda Motor as a Weekly Prize for the Super Agents.
Speaking at the launch, Mr. Amit Chawla, the Airtel Rwanda Managing Director said; “This campaign comes on the heels of the successful integration of the Airtel Money and Tigo Cash Platforms. The nationwide campaign is going to reward the customers for their loyalty and continued patronage as well demonstrate our commitment meant to provide the best service for our customers and partners who service our customers. Winners of the weekly and monthly Prizes will be selected randomly and televised live on national TV as they go through the exciting journey with Airtel Money.
Airtel Money enables users to pay for various services, utilities, send and receive money, save money, use insurance and banking services, access digital government services; Irembo, ejo heza and more, all on one platform. To enjoy the new integrated Airtel Money and Tigo Cash platform, customers should dial *182# or *500#. Customers using 073 and 073 numbers are eligible.1 year ago | by Christian Shema