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Beeline gives away cars to active-use numbers

Beeline gives away cars to active-use numbers

Beeline has given away six cars like this as customer rewards. PHOTO SUPPLIED

The world’s sixth largest mobile operator providing mobile phone services in South-East Asia, Russia, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Europe, North America and Africa, Beeline has awarded six cars as prizes to lucky draw winners of the Beeline Top-up Promotion.

Winners include Sao Sreng, who lives in Daun Keo, Takeo province, the owner of a car-cleaning garage; Sang Panha is a student of Asia Europe University living in Tramknar, Sophy district, Batti Commune, Takeo province; Kha Phearam, a grocer, living in Toul Samor, Kandok district, Angsnoul Commune, Kandal province; Korng Savarng (called Sothun), who lives in Kompong Chhnang province; Hun Huy, who lives in Chongkors Village, Svay Brateal Commune, Tasa Ang district, Kandal province and Sem Voeun, a 39-year-old resident of Orolous village, South Domnak Kantout district, Kompong Trach Commune, Kampot province and works as a labourer.

In addition to giving away the six cars, Beeline also awarded Beeline handsets as prizes. To participate in this “Car Top-up Promotion”, subscribers just need to top up any value to their phone balances at least three times  in a two week period so that their telephone numbers will stand a chance to win any of the prizes including a car, Beeline dual handsets and scratch cards.

The lucky draws are held fairly and broadcast on Bayon TV on the Human Land programme at 7:30pm.


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