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Five i10 cars presented to Lumia winners

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Five lucky customers of Microsoft Mobile Devices who were named as the overall winners of the Lumia ‘Make it Happen’ promotion have received Hyundai i10 each as their prizes from the company.
These five winners were Samiratu Mahazu, Bright Kumi, Jordan Patterson, Ohewaa Takyiwaa Boakye and Louis Osei all from Accra.
Apart from the Hyundai i10 won by the five customers, Microsoft Mobile Device also presented Lumia 535 devices to over 50 customers as their prizes for taken part in the promotion.
The prizes were to rewards customers who entered the activation draw after purchasing the new Lumia 535 or any Lumia smart device.
Mr. Kola Osinowo, the Business Lead of Microsoft Mobile Device Ghana said Microsoft objective was to show appreciation to its customers for their loyalty to the Lumia brand.
He promised they will continue to provide customers with rich smartphone experiences at affordable prices.
“At Microsoft, we are committed to empowering our customers to do more and with the addition of Lumia 535 to the Microsoft range of smartphones, people can achieve more with their phones than they can imagine,” he said.

The winners of the promotion expressed joy and appreciation to Microsoft for channeling resources into the project to reward and make people productive.
Most of the winners told Daily Express that they initially thought they were being scammed especially when they received a call informing them that they have won a car or mobile phones. But they became convince after they received their prizes.


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