Civil servant wins ultimate prize for MTN “taking Over Promo”

Samuel Obeng Amankwaa receiving keys to the house from Nana Asantewaa Amegashie, Senior Manager, Consumer Segment at MTN
A 34-year old Civil Servant,  Samuel Obeng Amankwaa has won a 2-bedroom house at the luxurious Devtraco estates in the final edition of the‘MTN 4G Taking over promo’.
An excited Amankwaa, during the presentation ceremony at the Devtraco estates in Tema told the media he could still not believe he now owns a house. Eight other customers were rewarded with brand new Hyundai salon cars in the final presentation.
Other high scoring customers in the promo were also rewarded with cash prizes of GH₵5000, GH₵2000 and GH₵1000 as well as mobile gadgets such as iPhone 8, Samsung S8 and 4G Huawei Y5 Handsets.
The MTN ‘4G Taking Over Promo’ was a five-month promotion which was held between December 2017 and April 2018 to reward MTN customers who are using their 4G network.
The promo was a usage-based promotion in which customers accumulated points based on what they do on their MTN 4G network.
Customers accumulated points after every pesewa spent on the network during the promo period.
Senior Specialist, Segment Marketing at MTN Ghana, Maxwell Arthur, during the presentation ceremony at the Devtraco estate in Tema, explained that selected winners were based on how often they used their airtime to make calls, text and browse. He added that winners were selected based on how often they use the MTN mobile money in transacting businesses.
MTN, he noted, believes its success story depend on its customers, adding that “We are who we are because our customers have made us what we are today. And that is always why we always come out with innovative products and services that seeks to brighten the lives of our customers”
Arthur explained that MTN is a customer centered entity and is committed to make them its top priority.
He hinted of a more  exciting future for customers and urged them to keep their lines active not to miss out in the moments.
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