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AFCON 2024: PalmPay Partners TECNO To Reward Users With N108m, Gifts

 

 

 

Leading fintech platform PalmPay has partnered with top mobile phone manufacturer TECNO to reward users with a share of N108 million and loads of cashback and gifts in the upcoming 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).

In a bonanza to boost the participation of fans of the AFCON tournament, football enthusiasts who are PalmPay users and TECNO customers will be rewarded with cashback, gifts, and TECNO SPARK 20 smartphones during the bonanza.

Accordin to PalmPay, to win, customers simply have to update their PalmPay app and score goals daily in the app for a share of N108 million in coupons.

PalmPay and TECNO customers who purchase the SPARK 20 Series, CAMON 20 Series, and PHANTOM Series stand a chance to win cashback in a lucky draw if the Nigerian team wins.

If Nigeria’s team wins the trophy, up to 600 selected customers could win 100% Cashback, 200 customers could win cashback if Nigeria emerges as the runner-up, and finally, 100 customers could win cashback if Nigeria emerges as the 3rd place winner.

Speaking on the bonanza, Senior Marketing Manager, PalmPay, Kevin Odumese, said “This joint partnership between TECNO and PalmPay is to reward and appreciate our loyal users and customers who are big fans of football and the Super Eagles.

“Being ourselves fans of the Nigerian Super Eagles, PalmPay, together with TECNO, will be adding to our customers’ excitement of watching their favourite team play by rewarding their support with cashback and gifts,” Mr Odumese added.

The AFCON tournament is slated to begin on January 13, with 24 participating teams, and would run through to February 11. West African giants Ivory Coast, who are the host, will be opening the competition with their match against Guinea-Bissau.

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The 24 participating countries include Ivory Coast, Guinea-Bissau, Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea, Egypt, Mozambique, Ghana, Cape Verde, Senegal, Gambia, Cameroon, Guinea, Algeria, Angola, Burkina Faso, Mauritania, Mali, South Africa, Tunisia, Namibia, Morocco, Tanzania, Zambia and DR Congo.

 

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