(L-R) KIA representative Mrs Abbygail Richards stands alongside Mr and Mrs Kibrom and Vodafone CEO, Lars Stork.

Vodafone Zambia’s Big 50 promotion, which lasted for a period of eight weeks , came to an end today (24th march) at an event held at Vodafone Zambia’s head office .

Vodafone’s BIG 50 promotion was aimed at giving back to their customers. All the customers needed to do to join the promotion was; buy Vodafone sim card, buy a monthly bundle. They then automatically stood a chance to win amazing weekly prizes or the grand prize of a KIA Picanto. Existing customers were not left out as they could participate in the promotion by buying any Vodafone monthly bundle.

The grand prize in Vodafone’s BIG 50 promotion, a brand new KIA Picanto.

Over a period of eight weeks, 145 Vodafone customers walked away with a total of 64 Samsung Smart TVs, 74 Huawei Routers, 30 Samsung S7 Smartphones, 30 Huawei T1 Tablets, 10 Intex Aqua 4G smartphones, 1440GB of data and one KIA Picanto; the total value came to ZMW1,097,939.

The grand draw took place on Tuesday 21st March 2017 where Mr. Berhane Kibrom was selected as winner of the KIA Picanto. The draw was monitored and verified by auditors from Deloitte and Touche.


(L-R) Winner of the KIA Picanto Mr Berhane Kibrom poses alongside Vodafone CEO Lars Stork.
One of the winners of a 47inch Samsung smart TV
(L-R) Vodafone CEO Mr Lars Stork, Vodafone Marketing Director Michael Horup, and Mr and Mrs Kibrom at the prize giving event at Vodafone Zambia.
One of the winners of a 47inch Samsung smart TV


Mr Berhane Kibrom, winner of the grand prize in Vodafone’s BIG 50 promotion next to his brand new KIA Picanto


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  1. This is something i think am not gifted in…..lucky to win something….i remember participating in some draw for Zamtel…awe sure not even a consolation prize like a T shirt…Congrats to the winners..Very rare to drive a Brand New car pa Zed


    • Zambia hates its people so much that only politicians, crooked business people and the clergy drive brand new cars and the rest are stuck with smoking wheelbarrows …



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