AirtelTigo Ghana has launched another consumer promo dubbed “Text 4 wheels” which offers existing and new AirtelTigo customers the chance to win up to GHS 1,000 weekly and a brand-new Suzuki Baleno as the ultimate prize in the 3-month long promo.

AirtelTigo Text 4 wheels promo is an SMS based promo organized in collaboration with El Cuto Consult under the supervision of the National Lottery Authority.

Samuel Sam, Head of Value-Added Services said “The Text 4 wheels promotion is designed to allow all customers on the network (both AirtelTigo and Glo) stand a chance of winning cash prizes weekly and a brand-new Suzuki Baleno at the end of the promo. Customers are only required to start texting ‘Car’ to the short code 4062 as many times as possible to be on their way to winning the Car. Cost per SMS is only GHS 2.  

He added that “Just as we continuously work to make life simple for our customers, this promo is one of our many innovative initiatives to reward and excite our customers.”

According to him, AirtelTigo will continue to be responsive to customers and will continue to roll out various services and promotions designed to meet the needs and expectations of existing and prospective customers.

“TEXT 4 WHEELS” promo

To participatesend “Car” or any other keyword to the SMS short code 4062 for GHS 2 per SMS.

To check accrued tickets customers can send Ticket/Tickets to the same short code 4062.

The top 10 customers with the highest accumulated points weekly will receive cash prizes.

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Customers who have texted worth GHS 20 and above at the end of the promo period will qualify to participate in the grand draw and stand a chance of winning the brand-new 2022 Suzuki Baleno.

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