Buy an MTN device or data bundles and walk away with keys to your dream house worth R2 million
By Staff Writer
Have you ever dreamt of owning your own house or building one for your family? Then dream no more. MTN has launched a competition where one lucky subscriber who purchases an MTN data bundle or an MTN device stands a chance to win a dream house worth a cool R2 million.
The competition, aptly called the Dealicious promotion, started on 1 July and will run until 30 September 2015. It is open to all new or existing MTN PayAsYouGo, Upgrade customers, MTN Classic, MyMTNChoice or MTN Top Up subscribers.
There will also be 12 weekly winners who will each receive R25 000 in cash each week for the duration of the promotion.
Customers will receive one entry per rand spent into the competition every time they purchase and load a data bundle or when they purchase any device at any participating MTN retail stores.
To participate in this competition, customer have to buy any device or any MTN data bundles in-store or by dialling a short code (*141*2*999#).
The more bundles or devices an entrant purchases during the competition, the better their chances of winning the prizes. Winners will be randomly selected with weekly lucky draws that will take place on Mondays.
“We live in the digital age where connectivity has become a necessity to keep in touch with family and friends. By using our data bundles and devices as mechanisms for entering this amazing competition, MTN is giving virtually all its customers from all walks of life the opportunity to win either a house and cash prizes weekly,” says Larry Annetts, Chief Marketing Officer: MTN South Africa.
The grand prize includes the bond transfer costs, but the winner will be responsible for rates and taxes, maintenance and water and electricity costs.
“This competition is an incredible opportunity to not only win great weekly cash prizes, but also to stand in line to win a dream house. MTN is excited about the fact that this promotion will help one lucky customer to make their dream a reality,” adds Annetts.