Zain KSA picks first 3 BMW X5 winners


20/06/2017 01:26 AST

ZAIN Saudi Arabia announced the winners of the first 3 raffles who won BMW X5 cars as part of the company’s Ramadan contest. The winners of first 3 cars — Menwer Alnadwi, Ms. Angelica Cornejo, and Rodrick Gamay — were presented with their awards in two ceremonies in Zain’s main flagships in Riyadh and Jeddah.

Two BMW X5 cars remain available to be won by Zain’s new and existing customers during Ramadan, as they will automatically enter the raffle with a chance of winning one of these remaining cars.

Meanwhile, the company continued its Ramadan promotion, enabling prepaid subscribers to enjoy 5 times bonus balance for every recharge during the holy month. Additional balance allows them to stay connected with their families and friends with calls inside Zain network and Internet usage.

More information on offers and services are available in Zain Saudi Arabia official website www.sa.zain.com, social media accounts (@ZainKSA), or via the nearest Zain shop.

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