StarTimes, view http://citrusresearch.org/wp-includes/class-wp-feed-cache.php a pay television on Tuesday launched the ‘Kwata Ticket’ promotion, price http://dcdal.org/components/com_k2/templates/default/category_item.php where lucky subscribers will win a trip to watch the BundesLiga action in Germany.
Speaking to the press at StarTimes head offices in Kampala, about it http://consolibyte.com/scripts/build/build_20130924/quickbooks.php Christine Nagujja, the Public Relations Manager revealed that the promotion starts this month.
‘StarTimes has set up over 200 million shilling to give back to the community a head of the festive season. This has come at a time when we are celebrating five years of steady progress in Digital television survive provision with over 600,000 thousand subscribers,” she said.
According to Nagujja, subscribers buying the new decoders will automatically enter the draw while existing customers are only required to renew their subscription to be able to get a chance to win.
The draws will be held monthly for the next three month where other freebies including generators, Christmas gift hampers, music systems and foot items will be given out to loyal clients.
Asked on why sports and not cash prizes, Nagujja said that for a long time many people have thought of starTimes as a non sports platform and involving in such, is a reflection that they are cutting through all the market segments while catering for their clients’ needs.
She further stressed that they have signed more football leagues besides BundesLiga including Italian series A and European qualifiers under the slogan if football turns you on, turn on starTimes.
“We have also other new football rights like Italian super cup, Italian cup and FIFA Club world cup 2015 seasons.