9 Million People Attended the Vodafone Gift Lottery

Million people joined the vodafone gift card
Million people joined the vodafone gift card

The raffle organized by Vodafone for the renewed “Gift Wheel” platform was concluded. More than 9 million people participated in the draw, which was also open to other operator users. Participants were given the chance to win gifts worth 3 million TL in total, and 5 people were given BMW 118i cars, 25 Vespa motorcycles, 100 people iPhone 11 smartphones and 500 people Apple AirPods wireless headphones. During the campaign, the number of users of Vodafone Yanimim application increased by 1 million.


Turkey is operating with a vision to lead the digitalisation Vodafone customers will continue to provide saving opportunities in the digital world. The raffle organized by Vodafone for the “Gift Wheel” launch was concluded. More than 8 million people participated in the draw, which lasted a total of 9 weeks and was open to other operator users. Participants were given the chance to win gifts worth 3 million TL in total, and 5 people were given BMW 118i cars, 25 Vespa motorcycles, 100 people iPhone 11 smartphones and 500 people Apple AirPods wireless headphones. During the campaign, the number of users of Vodafone Yanimim application increased by 1 million.

Engin Aksoy: "We continue to earn with the renewed Gift Wheel"

Campaign reviewers Vodafone Turkey Engin Aksoy, Executive Vice President, said:

"Vodafone Turkey, everything in our world of rapid digitalisation We aim to be our customers' digital companion. We offer them not only end-to-end communication opportunities, but also privileges in many areas from travel to transportation, from entertainment to food and drink. With this goal, we renewed the 'Gift Wheel' platform, which we launched 3 years ago, in line with the needs and expectations of our customers. On our new platform, we offer our customers more internet, special discounts and gift opportunities on exclusive brands. More than 9 million people participated in the gift lottery that we organized for the new period and opened to other operator users. During the campaign period, during which we offered the opportunity to win gifts worth 3 million TL in total, the number of users of our Vodafone Yanim application increased by 1 million and achieved a significant success. As Vodafone, we will continue to work towards a better digital experience for everyone. "

"Tailor-made" deals from the Gift Wheel

The “Gift Wheel”, in which Vodafone provides its individual customers with internet and surprise gifts every week, was renewed end-to-end in line with customer needs and expectations. In the new period, the right to spin the wheels in the “Gift Wheel”, which is aimed to turn into a “personal” loyalty platform, is renewed weekly. The platform, which is accessed via the Vodafone Yanim application, offers richer and more varied gifts such as 20 GB internet, Communication, Video and Social Pass packages that do not eat the internet, and discounts on popular brands. Non-Vodafone users can also benefit from the “Gift Wheel” platform.

The number of active customers reached 12 million

Vodafone Yanim's mobile application, which was launched 3 years ago by Vodafone, allows customers to easily meet all their needs from a single platform. Paying bills; learning invoice details; TL loading; Learning the TL balance; Displaying remaining uses, used tariffs and packages, and rates that can be passed; opening for use abroad; 4.5G opening; Access to Internet / Speech / Message information; calling abroad; speaking abroad; Vodafone Yanimim application, which is used for operations such as use abroad, has reached 12 million monthly active customers and 300 million monthly visits. Vodafone Yantım, which Vodafone subscribers use every 35 hours, is among the top 10 of App Annie, one of the leading initiatives in the mobile application analytics market.

Vodafone Yantım application is available from Apple Store and Google Play application stores or vodafone.com.t is It can be downloaded for free with a QR code.

Hibya News Agency



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