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Dialog Customers win big at first ‘Lord of the Reload’ monthly draw

Dialog Axiata’s ‘Lord of the Reload’, Sri Lanka’s largest rewards programme, hosted its first Super Draw and prize giving for the month of March in Colombo recently. The grand prize of a brand new top of the range SUV from Lord of the Reload went to W. M. Nimal of Halgranoya in Nuwara Eliya, whilst Ms. A. D. Herath of Ambagahawaththa in Welimada drove away with the second prize of a brand new motor car.

Last month, Dialog Axiata unveiled Sri Lanka’s largest rewards scheme, ‘Lord of the Reload’, to all its pre and post-paid customers, featuring a unique instant draw element that selects winners daily as well as a grand monthly draw. The instant daily prizes on offer include three LCD televisions, one net-book powered by Dialog Mobile Broadband, five Nokia phones and two hundred and fifty Vodafone mobile phones. In addition to the two top prizes, a total of 20 motorbikes are also on offer at the monthly super draw, the company said.

Some 90 Dialog Mobile customers received 32-inch LCD TVs, whilst 30 participants took home net-books together with Dialog Mobile Broadband connections for the March. Dialog awarded Rs. 25 million worth of prizes during the month to winners of the grand prizes and by means of instant gifts of mobile phones and reloads.

Seen here W. M. Nimal of Nuwara Eliya receives the token key to his brand new SUV from Dialog Axiata Group Chief Marketing Officer, Nushad Perera, with Supun Weerasinghe, Dialog’s Group Chief Operating Officer, also in the picture.
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