Airtel Ghana launches ‘love month’ promo
VALUE ADDED SERVICES| Feb. 1, 2016, 12:51 p.m.
Airtel Ghana has announced plans to celebrate and reward its cherished customers in February, the ‘love month’, through a Valentine Day promotion dubbed “In The Name of Love”. The promotion, which seeks to raise Valentine excitement among Airtel customers will offer them the opportunity to win and redeem lifestyle gifts such as ‘Love Reborn’ and Val’s Day dinners for couples, spa vouchers, movie tickets, etc. from Airtel Premier and Airtel Rewardz’s benefits partners across the country during the period.
“In the Name of Love” promotion is part of the Smartphone Network’s nationwide Valentine campaign to reward existing and new Airtel Premier customers across the ten regions of Ghana. The highest Airtel Premier Pack purchasers for February will be rewarded with dinner, spa voucher or cinema tickets for two from 12th February. Also, as part of the campaign, customers stand the chance of getting Valentine gifts from some selected Airtel shops when they visit such shops on selected days in the month of February.
Rosy Fynn, Marketing Director at Airtel Ghana says, “Airtel is reputed for celebrating and rewarding our customers all year round. Throughout February, the Valentine month, we are taking this a notch higher by delighting our customers and treating them to exciting gifts and offers such as exclusive dinners, movie tickets, and spa treatments amongst others”.
“We are not leaving out any customer. Throughout the month, all Airtel customers can redeem gifts from our benefit partners with their loyalty points. February promises to be a truly exceptional in the lives of our customers”.
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