Nepal | July 10, 2020

Ncell gives cash prizes

• BIZ BRIEFS

Himalayan News Service
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KATHMANDU: Ncell on Thursday handed over cash prize of Rs 200,000 each to two customers among the five lucky winners of the first week of ‘Recharge ma Chamatkar’ campaign.

Recharge ma Chamatkar is a customer loyalty programme which is in place from November 17, offering a chance to every eligible customer to win Rs 200,000 on weekly and Rs one million on a monthly basis as a top prize.

Motisara Damai of Chhinchu, Surkhet received the cash prize of Rs 200,000 from Surkhet Ncell Centre. Similarly, Manoj Kumar Yadav of Bara was handed over the cash prize from Birgunj Ncell Centre.

Among the five winners of the first week (November 17 to 23), other winners of the week will be verified and handed over their cash prize accordingly from their region or Kathmandu, as per a media release.

Under this campaign, all pre-paid and post-paid customers of Ncell who recharge Rs 100 or more in a week get a chance to win weekly and monthly cash prize.

Each customer who recharges and receives codes is required to keep the unique numbers safe to claim the prize.


A version of this article appears in print on November 29, 2019 of The Himalayan Times.


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