Recharge your MTC account and win a car

31 July 2018 | Local News

MTC is offering its customers a chance to win one of 19 Toyota Hilux 2.4 bakkies with its latest competition which starts tomorrow and runs until 30 August.
To stand a chance to win, a customer will have to recharge with the affordable price of N$10 a day to qualify.
Andre de Jager, MTC’s general manager: product solutions, explained that the exciting “Recharge and Win Campaign” will run from the 1st of August until the 30th August 2018 and will have 9 lucky customers driving away with brand new Toyota Hilux 2.4 bakkies.
The competition is open to all MTC customers. De Jager explained that once a customer recharges with N$10 or more, he or she will be automatically entered into the draw and become a potential winner. The draw will be conducted on a daily basis.
According to MTC’s executive, Tim Ekandjo, this is MTC's way of valuing its customers for their unwavering patronage.
“This campaign is testament to our customer re-investment strategy of giving back to our loyal customers and showing appreciation as we have always been at the forefront, championing the generous culture of giving back to the community and we will continue to honour that.”

STAFF REPORTER

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