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By Hlengiwe Ndlovu | 2019-02-04

MTN Eswatini will at the end of February bring another smile to a lucky customer in the second draw of  the MTN Makoya Ford Everest.

MTN Eswatini, in celebrating two decades of existence in the country, will be giving away the Ford Everest valued at E500 000.

This is according to the company’s Senior Consumer Manager Meshack Maseko, who was speaking during a press briefing held at the company’s service centre in Mbabane on Friday. As part of its 20th birthday celebrations, MTN gave away the first Ford Everest last year and the second vehicle will be given away this month.

The draw, according to Maseko, will be observed by independent auditors from KPMG.  “We are not only giving away the second car but there are also weekly prizes that will be given to subscribers for the rest of this month,” he said.

To qualify for the draw, one will need to earn points by simply using an MTN Eswatini SIM for calling, sending short message services (SMS) or using any of MTN’s digital services. Customers will accumulate points with each lilangeni spent on the network and will be able to view their points on dialling *2020#. MTN customers above the age of 18 years can participate, excluding all employees, representative and agents of the organiser, their respective, parents, children, spouses and siblings and/or affiliated companies, contest suppliers, and those with whom any of the foregoing are domiciled. Last year, Khanyisile Nkambule, an employee at Ackermans Stores in Manzini, was the lucky subscriber who won the first of the two cars.

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