MC, Funny Face doing the Azonto beside the brand new Hyundai Santa Fe and a drawing of the three-bedroom house up for graps in the Vodafone Cool Chop Promo
Vodafone Ghana has launched yet another customer reward promotion, dubbed “Cool Chop” to give at least 10,000 customers the chance to win various mouth-watering prizes over a period of 90 days.
The promo, which would last between now and May ending, would see Vodafone giving away prizes worth over a million Ghana cedis.
They include cash prizes of between GHC5,000 and GHC50,000, free air time, smartphones, tablets, a 40” LED TV set, three plots of serviced lands and a three-bedroom house at Lakeside Estates, and a 2013 model of Hyundai Sante Fe SUV car.
Head of Consumer Marketing at Vodafone Ghana, Tara Squire told journalists at a media launch, customers are required to text “WIN” to short code 4141, and the highest texters will win hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly prizes.
He said the plots of land would be won by the highest texter for each month, while the house and car would be reserved for the highest texters at the end of the promo.
“We know every Ghanaian aspire to owning a new car, a home, plots of land, money, the latest devices and entertainment appliances, so we are giving our customers the opportunity to realize their dreams through this Cool Chop promo,” he said.
He encouraged customers to visit Vodafone retail shops and its Facebook page for more information and to keep texting for a chance to win life changing prizes.
Vodafone’s last customer reward promo “More Money” was truncated days after its launch because of legal issues with the National Lotteries Authority (NLA).
But Tara Squire has assured customers that Vodafone has sorted out all the legal issues to ensure that its customers enjoy the excitement of the whole 90-days of the Cool Chop promo.
Meanwhile, at the media launch, journalists were given the chance to participate in the mini version of the text and win promo, and the highest texter, yours truly, took away a Samsung Galaxy Note II as first prize, while three others won consolation prizes.