December 4, 2018 – dtac launches a big year-end campaign “Maha Heng Festival” as part of the New Year’s celebration to offer its customers chances to win prizes until Chinese New Year 2019. For every 30 baht spent on value-added services, dtac prepaid and postpaid customers will receive one chance to win prizes every 2 weeks during the campaign running from December 3, 2018 – February 11, 2019. The prizes include: 1. One-baht lucky gold pendant necklaces from “Mor Chang” Tossaporn Sritula 2. 40,000-baht gift vouchers from Big C and 3. Free 12-month Internet access worth 6,000 baht – totaling over 500 prizes worth over 5 million baht.
Since acquiring all spectrum bands, dtac has accelerated network expansion to increase coverage and launched marketing campaigns to create value for customers, including a big year-end campaign that offers more than 20 million customers of dtac chances to win prizes when subscribing to a value-added service during the festive season promotion.
Lucky draw chances can be accumulated and lucky draw winners will be announced every 2 weeks for 5 rounds. The prizes include:
- 70 one-baht gold pendant necklaces worth 19,380 baht each, totaling 1,356,600 baht.
- 19 40,000-baht gift vouchers from Big C, totaling 760,000 baht.
- 500 free 12-month Internet access at 4 Mbps for prepaid customers and free 15 GB data for 12 billing cycles for postpaid customers, worth 6,000 baht each, totaling 3,000,000 baht.
To join the “Maha Heng Festival” campaign, dtac prepaid and postpaid customers have to subscribe to a domestic value-added service valued at 30 baht or more. For every 30 spent, customers will receive one chance to enter the lucky draw. The purchase amount cannot be combined with other VAS subscriptions. In addition, customers will receive double chances when subscribing to a selected value-added service.
After subscription, customers will receive an SMS to confirm their participation to the “Maha Heng Festival” lucky draw. Customers can check the number of chances earned by calling dtac call center 1678 and find more details at http://dtac.co.th/s/mhh.