Durban factory worker - First millionaire in Vodacom mofaya summer promotion
Over the years, Vodacom, through the Vodacom Millionaires programme has helped in making a difference to the lives of many South Africans, creating 21 millionaires the past 6 years.
This summer, is the summer of "MORE" and Vodacom is going bigger with our MOFAYA summer promotion. For a period of 10 weeks, in addition to entering Vodacom Millionaires game show, and matching the 9 letters drawn, our subscribers have an extra chance to be a guaranteed millionaire, where up to R27 million in cash prize giveaways are up for grabs. Over and above the weekly grand prize, Vodacom is giving away 100 000 daily Mpesa cash prizes. Now that's Hot!
Vodacom is proud to announce that Nandi Ndlovu from Durban is the first Millionaire in the MOFAYA summer promotion.
Ms. Ndlovu 26 years old, from Newcastle outside Durban, is a factory worker and lives with her elderly aunt. "I cannot believe my luck. I am still in a shock!" Nandi commented this morning.
Alberts Breed, Managing Executive for the Kwazulu-Natal region comments, "The objective of Vodacom's MOFAYA SUMMER promotion is to make a difference in the lives of our customers. It pays to be a VODACOM customer, because with Vodacom, you get so much MORE. I am delighted to present Nandi with a million rand cheque. Nandi's summer just got HOTTER by simply sms-ing 9 letters to 32082. Congratulations!"
The promotion is open to all Vodacom customers. The first 2 entries per week are free, thereafter additional entries are charged at R1.00 . Entry to the promotion is simple, and requires a Vodacom customer, to sms 9 random letters to 32082. Please go to http://www.vodacom.co.za/ for more information. Terms and conditions apply.
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