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MTN SA Taking A leaf Out Of Their Nigerian Counterparts, They Are Giving Away A Plane Too
 MTN SA Taking A leaf Out Of Their Nigerian Counterparts, They Are Giving Away A Plane Too

Remember this article about MTN Nigeria giving away a plane to one lucky subscriber? Well if you don’t click here and read, MTN South Africa has followed in MTN Niger’s footstep they too are giving away a plane to one lucky subscriber.

So how do you put yourself in line to win a plane or equivalent price?

MTN Sky bundles offer customers great value across voice, SMS, and data. The MTN Sky Unlimited Daily R25 bundle features unlimited calls to MTN numbers, 400 SMSes to any network, and 10MB of mobile data for a 24-hour period. Customers can activate the bundle by dialling *141*2*759#. For every day on the MTN Sky offer, MTN customers will receive one entry into the competition.

MTN's suite of Sky Bundles includes the following:

Sky Ultimate for R1 599
Sky Super for R899
Sky Absolute for R499
MTN Sky Daily for R79
MTN to MTN Daily for R25

MTN Sky postpaid offers start from as little as R1 499 on a BYO deal. Packages with device start from R1 899.

"MTN is committed to enriching the lives of all its customers. As a result, this promotion is open to both prepaid and postpaid MTN Sky customers," says Larry Annetts, Chief Marketing Officer at MTN South Africa. MTN wrote in the press statement.

To capture the excitement and ensure transparency in the promotion, MTN will publish the name of the winner of the plane or cash alternative.

Ok MTN subscribers, there you have it.

One question MTN: Now can Nigerians enter too since this is their original idea?










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