Mobile phone subscribers have been presented with an opportunity to have constant power supply in the wake of the power crisis the country is faced with. Telecom operator TIGO - Ghana has introduced a 90-day promotion dubbed “Y3nsor nkoaa” to reward its customers everyday with power plants, generators, invertors, among others.
Speaking with Joy Business at the launch, Chief Executive Officer of TIGO – Ghana Roshi Motman said this is to ensure the immediate needs of their customers are met.
According to her, thousands of customers have consistently been asking for power gadgets to enable them deal with the current power crisis.
In that regard the telecom company has decided to give away power plants which involve 30KVA, 20KVA, 10KVA power plants, generators, invertors, power banks, etc.
“With this people can power their homes, streets, churches, schools as well as big family houses and basically their communalities,” Ms. Motman added.
All customers have to do to win she said would be to “talk more in order to reach or exceed their daily targets that would be sent to them. There are different groups of users hence we have divided them into five different levels due to daily use and once the daily target that would be set is reached, then there is the possibility of winning any of the prizes.”
There is not going to be any draw in this particular promotion. Customers stand the chance of winning once they reach or exceed their daily set targets.
The CEO intimated that the promotion is not just about rewarding its customers with the power equipment but “we will ensure they are installed by competent engineers and as well provide 500 and 1,000 Ghana Cedis worth of fuel cards to enable our customers fuel their power plants and generators. It is our hope that in the long term winners will be able to power the plants and generators themselves. This promo is basically to satisfy the basic needs of our customers and to make them happy.
“We know it has been very difficult for our customers in these trying times for the country especially about the power challenges and this has adversely affected customer experience but with the investments that we are engaging in, our customers will consistently see improvements in the coming months.”
Source: Joy Business