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Festive season rewards customersPublish Date: Dec 09, 2013
Festive season rewards customers
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By Vision Reporter

The festive season is bringing rewards to customers of many brands already.

Telecom giant MTN Uganda is the latest to launch a promotion that will see its over 8.4 million customers enjoy a free minute every day to call their loved ones on MTN.

MTN Uganda chief marketing officer, Ernst Fonternel, described the promotion as a simple, innovative and value adding offer to their customers which is easy to understand and use and named it ‘Good Morning Uganda!’.

The offer applies to all MTN customers including prepaid, postpaid and corporate prepaid. Customers who wish to join this promotion can simply register for free by dialing *189#. Customers can use their Free Minute every day, from Monday to Sunday, between 6am and 9am.

Fonternel encouraged customers to register for the promotion to benefit from the Free Minute to reach out and call their loved ones, friends and family this festive season.

“It is a pleasure to allow them to make that one minute free call, every day, to greet someone special a ‘Good morning’ for the next 90 days.” concluded Fonternel.


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