Mohamed S. Bah, a pupil of the Ahmadiyya Secondary School, yesterday clinched Tigo’s Nokia N 72 mobile phone free offer.
It all seemed like providence for Bah as Tigo’s Marketing Analyst, Choe Miller, punched a button on his laptop and suddenly 9,720 phone numbers which qualified for Tigo’s trivia draw started to rumble, and automatically the number 030-636-217 came into view in the middle of the screen, distinct in bold prints.
Mr Miller then dialed the phone number and the receiver who identified himself as Mohamed S Bah, is a pupil at the Ahmadiyya Secondary School, and resides at Elk Street in Freetown.
Bah answered in the affirmative, when asked by Tigo’s marketing analyst if he had recently answered any of Tigo Trivia draw text questions.
Mr Miller informed Bah that he had answered the question correctly and he was also the winner of Nokia N 72 Tigo’s free Trivia draw offer.
Captured by swift euphoria, Bah said, “when and where should I collect it…”, but Choe responded that, “come to our Pultney Street office”. Giving a rundown of the draw, Tigo’s Sheriff Ishmael said, “this is an indication to show that Tigo is not only in
terested in getting from their customers, we want our customers to get something from us as well…”
He highlighted that Tigo was engaged in numerous activities, all driving towards subscribers’ satisfaction. The Tigo’s marketing analyst noted that, “Tigo has made several offers which included “5KVA generator, DVD, refrigerator and many more…” Mr Ishmael pointed out that Tigo was the only network that could boast of an assortment of value added services. Explaining about Tigo’s free ‘Prado’s Jeep’ offer he said, “the more you top-up” the closer you get to the Prado’s key.