Qatar: Indian Expatriate Wins Qtel’s ‘Two Millionth Customer’ Contest

Gulf Times

Doha, Jul 30: Indian national Vimal Kishore Satyanarayan has bagged the star prize of 2mn Nojoom points, for being the lucky winner of Qtel’s “Two millionth customer contest”.

Satyanarayan can exchange the points for goods and services from Qtel, Giant Stores, Grand Cinema at City Center, Qatar Airways and Virgin Megastore. The winner was flagged as the “two millionth customer” after purchasing a Shahry account earlier this month.

Yesterday, the winner was presented with a cheque for Nojoom points by chief executive officer of Qtel Nasser Marafih at a special ceremony at the Qtel Tower.

As part of the promotion, prizes worth QR500,000 are also being given to 600 lucky Qtel customers across the country, including a selection of the top-of-the-range phone handsets, and free subscriptions to Qtel’s Shahry – Pay Monthly service, which offers one free phone number for life.

Speaking after his achievement, Satyanarayan said: “I have lived in Qatar for 10 years and Qtel has always given exceptional service and value. I am a proud Qtel customer and receiving this prize is truly a special day for me”.

“I wanted to move to Shahry from Hala since I am making more and more calls overseas and to friends across the country and there are significant savings”.


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