Posted on May 08, 2011

Vodafone celebrated with 20 winners of their World Calling Club “Win a Home When You Call Back Home” competition.

The competition gives Vodafone customers the chance win QR250,000 towards building a house in their home country. In addition to the grand prize there are weekly draws where each week 10 customers can win handsets or shopping vouchers

The winners, from the two weekly draws of the competition, were welcomed by Vodafone executives at LuLu Gharaffa Hypermarket and each received a Vodafone 945 touch screen phone or QR 1000 worth in LuLu Hypermarket vouchers.

The winners were named as: Asgardi Ujjinwalla, Edgar Villas Secuya, Raouf Nasser, Sanjit Kumar Mishra, Shanta Mani Danai, Semhar Mehari Tesfamicael, Gada Suhail M H Afiana, Anura Kumara Dingapathige Sewrangage, Vinay Gangadharan M Gangadharan, Ma Cristina Alano, Denny Ambadan Varghese, Gopi Madathil, Waris Miah Ainullah, Shiek, Fouzul, Rabie Mahmoud, Shahidul Alam A. Taher, Dammika Thushan P. K. Don, Alaa Mohamed, Bahgat Mohamed, Kishan Kadduram.

More winners will be announced weekly until 29 June and the winner of the QR250,000 Grand Prize winner will be announced in July 2011.

To take part in Vodafone’s “Win a Home When You Call Back Home” competition is simple; every minute of every international call and every SMS sent to an international destination via the World Calling Club automatically enters a customer into the competition, bringing them one step closer to building their dream home.

What’s more, from now until the 31st of May  2011 Vodafone’s World Calling Club is offering amazing international call rates to more than 190 countries for just 65 Dirhams a minute.

All of the most popular calling destinations are included in this promotion:

Bahrain, Bangladesh, Canada, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Iran, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Malaysia, Nepal, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, UK, USA, Yemen.

For those who prefer texting to their loved ones back home, from now till May 13, 2011 SMS rates to India, Nepal and Sri Lanka are just 24 Dirhams.

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