Subscribers to National Telecommunications Company, Globacom, will win different cash prizes ranging from N5,000 to N100 million in the next three months. This is courtesy of another season of the company’s recharge-based loyalty programme , Glo Reward Cashtoken, which began on December 18, 2020, and will run up to 31st March, 2021.
Globacom said in a press statement issued in Lagos on Tuesday said that the need to allow other subscribers, particularly those who did not win prizes during the first season to have another chance, underscored the need for introduction of the second season.
Prominent among the first season winners are Mohammed Tijani, a Kaduna-based farmer, N20,000; Ugochi Nwabikeze, a businesswoman in Onelga, Port Harcourt, N20,000 ,Sarah Sadiq, a student of Ogun State Institute of Technology, Igbesa, N20,00, Anthony Iyemi, from Warri,N100,000 anda Civil Engineering student of Cross River State University, William Ubi, N200,000
According to Globacom, Cashtoken will also be earned by subscribers, just like in the first season, each time they recharge their lines, with each Cashtoken giving an assured cashback.
“To enroll for GloRewards, subscribers will Dial *777*6# and start recharging to earn Cashtokens. However, welcome Cashtoken awaits new customers on first recharge of N200 only, after which they will earn more Cashtokens on every cumulative recharge of N1000 during a calendar month”, the company explained, adding that existing customers will earn Cashtokens on every N1000 cumulative recharge within a calendar month.
It said subscribers who continued to meet the eligibility criteria will earn and accumulate Cashtokens without break. Globacom added that there is no upper limit to accumulating Cashtokens and that tokens will be warehoused in a virtual wallet that is linked to the subscriber’s mobile number.
“Subscribers will be able to view and redeem their cashtokens by dialing *6700# to purchase airtime/data, pay electricity bills, pay CableTV bills or make other payments. They can also transfer their accumulated cash tokens to the bank and cash out the equivalent value”, Globacom concluded.