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Safaricom Subscribers to win Millions Daily in the ‘Tetemesha na Safaricom’ Promotion

Safaricom subscribers have yet another chance to bag millions through a promotion unveiled by the mobile service provider starting May 2013 through to 6th June 2013.  Throughout the promotion, lucky subscribers are expected to win up to Kshs.500,000,000 including daily prizes of cash and airtime, and get this you need not to enter into the promotion as its automated for any top-ups starting from Ksh.10. Pre-paid subscribers who top-up using any of the available top-up methods such as physical scratch cards, Bamba Poa (both Pin less and Pin Based) and M-PESA airtime will earn a point depending on the amount of top-up.

Tetemesha Na Safaricom Promotion Points Earned from Top-Ups

Top Up Amount                 Points Awarded
10/- to 19/-1
20/- to 49/-2
50/- to 99/-5
100/- to 249/-10
250/- to 499/-25
500/- to 999/-50
1000/- and above100

Tetemesha Na Safaricom Promotion Prizes

Prize                 Number of Winners
Grand Prize of Ksh Ten (10) Million1 Grand Winner
Cash of Ksh 1 Million1 Daily Winner
Cash of Ksh 100,000/-1 Daily Winner
Cash of  Ksh 10,000/-50 Daily Winners
Cash of Ksh 5,000/-100 Daily Winners
Cash of Ksh 1,000/-1000 Daily Winners
Ksh 50/- Aitime100,000 Daily Winners
Ksh 100 Airtime40,000 Daily Winners
Ksh 200/- Airtime10,000 Daily Winners

Winners of the 10 million grand prize and cash prize winners of Ksh 1 Million or Ksh 100,000/- will be contacted by Safaricom through the promotion number 0729 333 333. While Cash winners of Ksh 10,000, Ksh 5000 and Ksh 1000 will be notified via SMS from Safaricom and the money will be sent via M-PESA.

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