GOtv has rewarded over 3,000 customers in the just concluded Kwata Kavu Campaign that has been happening weekly in the different regions. To excite subscribers more GOtv has held its Grande Finale event at the MultiChoice Uganda head office in Kololo.
Other 10 subscribers walked away with UGX 200,000 each and in addition to that, all customers were double rewarded by each, entering the cash machine to win the 5 million. The customer incentive campaign aims to reward customers who either pay for GOtv Value, GOtv Plus or pay for a GOtv full kit. Martin Enyukut was the luckiest winner, he walked away with 1,003,000 from the cash
“We are so thrilled with the direction this campaign has taken in terms of customer excitement and response. I would like to congratulate all the winners and thank our customers who have actively participated in this campaign. I would like to also remind our customers that this is not the end of Gotv, greater things are coming. As GOtv, we are so grateful to the customers that’s why we go far and beyond to bring excitement to your world.” said Albert Nga, GOtv Marketing Manager.
For this campaign, GOtv subscribers stood a chance to win themselves weekly cash prizes worth 10 million Uganda Shillings. Maldinho, the GOtv brand ambassador for the campaign stormed different towns throughout (Kawempe, Wobulenzi, Lugazi, Wakiso, Seeta, Kayunga) the country sensitizing people about the campaign through his football
One was required to either buy a GOtv Kit at UGX 87,500 or renew their GOtv Value (UGX 16,000 per month) or GOtv Plus (UGX 26,000 per month) subscriptions or upgrade to GOtv Plus or GOtv Value inorder to qualify for the event. Upon sending their IUC number to 6488 customers automatically entered the draw to win the various
prizes. Through the live weekly television draws 10 customers won themselves UGX 200,000. For the Grand Finale instead of one winner to qualify to enter the cash machine, all winners had the chance to enter the cash machine.
Amongst week 10 winners included Martin Enyukut from Kampala, Okello Jimmy from Gulu, Birindeba David from Entebbe, Abubeker Nakibingo from Wakiso, Nagingo Hannifer from Kampala, Mugabi Dennis from Kampala, and Mwangi Apolo from Ntinda.
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