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Win a share of R4 Million with MTN


40 lucky MTN subscribers stand a chance to walk away with R100 000 over a period of 13 weeks with MTN’s Wish It! Love It! Win It! Competition.

Through this campaign, MTN will select three lucky subscribers a week who will each pocket a R100 000 cash prize. The competition runs from 1 May until 31 July 2016 and is open to new and existing MTN PayAsYouGo and Contract subscribers.

To qualify for the MTN Wish It! Love It! Win It! weekly draw competition, subscribers need to either purchase a PayAsYouGo device with a minimum value of R200, recharge with airtime, load data bundles, upgrade or take up a new contract during the competition period.

Subscribers will receive an SMS notification to confirm that they have been entered into the weekly draw. Weekly winners will be contacted by an MTN representative and participating media partners.

Larry Annetts, Chief Consumer Officer: MTN South Africa says: “We understand the tough economic times and with this competition, we hope to make our customers lives a whole lot brighter.”


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