Airtel Sri Lanka rewards daily recharge customers with mobile phones

Sri Lanka’s fastest growing telco, Airtel Sri Lanka announced the launch of ‘Airtel Smartphone Bonanza’,
providing customers a chance to win a cool smartphone worth Rs. 50,000 every day until 31 st December

  1. The promotion was formulated with the intent of supporting customers at a time when
    Importation of smartphone devices has reached a virtual standstill.
    Every Airtel customer who recharges over Rs. 300 on a daily basis will be eligible for the lucky draw,
    with winners being picked daily at random electronically from a pool of eligible customers the following
    “Airtel Sri Lanka is focused on seeking out every opportunity to deliver maximum value to our
    customers. Especially given the economic hardships that many are facing, our response has been to
    bolster our network, re-design our products, and realign our entire business in order to place ever
    more value in the hands of our users. The launch of the Airtel Smartphone Bonanza is the latest in this
    series of value-driven market innovations that we are introducing, and we warmly invite all our
    customers to participate and take their chance at winning,” stated Airtel Lanka, CEO and Managing
    Director, Ashish Chandra.
    Airtel will announce daily Airtel Smartphone Bonanza winners every week on the Airtel Life social
    handles, while the Airtel team will also reach out directly to winners with a congratulatory phone call.
    Airtel Sri Lanka has been part of implementing many industry-firsts in Sri Lanka’s telco space, and was
    the first to introduce unlimited on-net calling and now the first to introduce unlimited calls for any
    network in Sri Lanka. With the launch of Airtel Freedom, the company offers its users the ultimate
    convenience for all their voice, SMS and data needs, offering even greater savings compared to the
    competition. With the introduction of freedom Unlimited, Airtel Sri Lanka undoubtedly serves as a clear
    trendsetter for the country’s telecommunications industry.

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