Zain Bahrain, a leading telecoms operator in the Kingdom, launched its all-new innovative campaign entitled ‘Play & Win’, for all its customers across Zain stores in Bahrain. The campaign began on 18 April and will run for four weeks.
Zain Bahrain’s latest campaign allows all its customers in Bahrain the opportunity to win on the spot through a ‘Claw Machine’ installed across Zain’s stores in Bahrain. All Zain Bahrain customers need to do, is complete a purchase at one of Zain’s stores in Bahrain and they will automatically get the chance to play an exciting game through the ‘Claw Machine’, giving them the chance to win flight tickets, gold bars, smartphones, smartwatches, TVs, Tablets and many more epic prizes.
In addition, Zain Bahrain’s new campaign also allows all Zain Bahrain customers to participate and play by simply registering their Zain Bahrain line, through the new implemented Sim-Card fingerprint registration process in any Zain store in Bahrain. Zain Bahrain customers will have to carry their Bahraini CPR or a valid GCC national identity card or Passport to undergo the new registration, which comes in compliance with TRA regulation entitled “Sim-Card Enabled Telecommunications Services Registration Regulation”.
“Zain Bahrain has launched ‘Play & Win’ new campaign as an appreciation reward for all their valued customers. We have turned this simple claw machine game into an exciting challenging winning opportunity for all our valued customers and the most important thing is to give every playing customer a realistic chance of winning. Zain Bahrain remain committed to bringing their customers the best in breed products and services through thrilling competitions and prizes, which add value to their lives”, said Zain Bahrain Acting Director, Consumer Marketing, Mohamed Al Alawi.
By launching this exciting limited-time campaign, Zain Bahrain continues to reinforce its leadership position and its pledge in offering the best services and promotional offers to meet customers’ professional and personal telecommunication needs.