U Mobile begins We Want U Giveaway campaign with RM3 million worth of prizes to win

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Just last week, Opensignal acknowledged and mentioned U Mobile as one of the most improved global networks in the Mobile Network Experience Global Awards (which most of you still can't believe, lol). But anyway, in conjunction with this, the orange telco just launched their biggest giveaway campaign "We Want U GIVEAWAY" to every U Mobile user starting now.

With a total of RM3 million worth of prizes to give away, prizes include Proton X70, Proton Iriz cars, Modenas Kriss motorcycles, Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G and iPhone 11 Pro smartphones, as well as Shopee vouchers. To join this campaign, U Mobile users will have to spend, collect and win with the highest number of points during the daily, weekly or monthly tally that the telco will be conducting. In other words, your point collection includes activating or upgrading a new plan, purchasing data plans, boosters, top-ups or add-ons, subscribing to a device package or insurance products, as well as doing the same on MyUMobile app or GoPayz.

In addition, U Mobile users are encouraged to lookout for Flash Deals and Digital Week that will happen throughout the weeks this campaign. Flash Deals allow customers to earn extra points for transactions made, whilst during Digital Week, customers will enjoy a 10% rebate on selected transactions performed via the MyUMobile app. Also, just to recap the number of prizes giveaway below: 

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  • 3 x Proton X70 (Monthly)
  • 15 x Proton Iriz (Weekly) 
  • 100 x Modenas Kriss (Daily)
  • 100 x Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G (Daily)
  • 100 x iPhone 11 Pro (Daily)
  • 3300 x RM100 Shopee voucher (Daily)

To keep a lookout for Flash Deals and Digital Week, or to find out more about the full mechanics the We Want U GIVEAWAY campaign, customers may visit u.com.my/wwu. This campaign will run for 100 days which will end on 8 January 2021, good luck and all the best! Stay tuned for more trending tech news at TechNave.com.