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TNM Mpamba cuts Mi Casa tickets by 15%

TNM Mpamba cuts Mi Casa tickets by 15%With only few days to go in the count-down to the Mi Casa “Warm Heart” concert premier mobile service provider TNM has announced a K3,000 discount to customers who buy their tickets through the company’s mobile money service, Mpamba.

The discount is one of the incentives TNM is offering Malawians as the official telecoms partner of the concert.

Announcing the offer, Head of Marketing Webster Mbekeani said through Mpamba, TNM is providing an opportunity for Malawians to patronise and enjoy the concert at an affordable cost.

“The standard ticket is K20, 000 but as the official telecoms partner for the concert, we are offering a discount of 15 % which means people can buy the standard ticket at a cost of K17, 000 and as TNM we want to ensure that no one misses the opportunity to witness this great show,” he said.

Mbekeani said the discounted tickets on offer are limited and urged music lovers to hurry up and buy.

The Head of Marketing said the show, themed ‘Warm Heart’ resonates with TNM’s new message of optimism and hope for the country through its current thematic communication campaign dubbed “It’s Great”.

“It’s ‘Great’ highlights the passion that TNM has for Malawi and Malawians. As a truly Malawian brand, TNM is proud of our heritage as a home-grown telecoms business. We are confident of the long-term potential that Malawi offers to her warm-hearted people. Our role as TNM is to apply mobile telecoms in everyday life and lead in unleashing the potential that lies beneath,” said Mbekeani.

Registered Mpamba customers are required to dial *444#, select 3 for payments, select 5 for other payments, input 0885 909 610 then reference number (can be name or phone number), input amount (K17, 000), confirm transaction and enter Mpamba pin.

Award-winning Mi Casa is one of the most talented urban groups to emerge on the Afro-pop scene in South Africa and their concert on June 4 at the Bingu International Conferecne Centre (BICC) promises thunder, thrill and melodious adrenaline.


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