BTC awards a total of P100,000 to ten (10) lucky customers who entered the revamped recharge to win (R2W) competition. The customers, who are the fourth batch to win their share of P100, 000 participated in the ongoing recharge-to-win competition. The winners of the fourth round of the competition are Carmen Moitoi, Tankiso Marapane, Christophinah Kgang, Priscilla Khupe, Naledi Nfana, Isaiah Lejaki, Itumeleng Munyadzwe, Dikgang Mpharitlhe, Ewetse Bethia and Tsitsana Bele.

To take part in the competition, one must simply dial *180# recharge with P100.00 and opt into the competition. The competition is open to both mobile and fixed prepaid customers using any recharge channel e.g., BTC Smega, vouchers, virtual bank top-ups, and e-recharge.
Priscilla Khupe, a retired employee of BTC under the Network Control Centre, could not contain her excitement. She explained that after years of working with BTC (23 years to be exact) she feels like she’s getting her reward for her loyalty as a former employee and BTC client.  Mrs. Khupe stated that she is going to pamper herself and spouse with a spa treatment then she will spoil her entire family.

“Stick with BTC because it is cheaper and a wonderful network, customers always reap their rewards just as I did,” advised Mrs. Khupe.

Christophina Kgang who could not attend the prize giving ceremony due to work commitments was represented by her cousin Kaone Kewakae. Kaone stated that Christophina has always been a loyal BTC customer and has been using this mobile network for ages. He added that his cousin had also inspired him to use the BTC network.  Kaone stated that he is happy to see how BTC is rewarding his cousin after years of entering competitions and not winning. He stated that since Christophina is a self-sponsored student, she will use this money to pay for her end-of-semester examinations. Kaone stated that going forward he will also enter every BTC competition and hopes that one day he will be one of the BTC competition’s lucky winners.
Ewetse Bethia, a Maun native who currently resides in Kopong stated that he entered this competition believing that one day he will also win. He added that to his surprise, he received a call from a BTC representative that he had won the BTC recharge to win competition. He stated that the call came at the right time to improve his financials, adding that he is the sole provider of his family. Ewetse stated that he has been a loyal customer of BTC as he subscribes to its mobile networks and has used BTC internet services for over 10 years and today BTC has remembered him. He advises Batswana and all customers to support BTC it is reliable and trustworthy.


Customers still stand a chance to win the grand prize of P10,000 each month by buying P100.00 worth of airtime and opting into the competition. The recharge-to-win competition is ongoing.

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