It was Sujiman Mejari’s big win when he stripped off a token that contained a picture of a Toyota Cross, the grand prize for Progresif’s Win A Car campaign.
The 43-year-old was at a loss for words with his inaugural lucky draw and became proud owner of the sports utility vehicle.
“Alhamdulillah, I am happy with the win,” said the loyal Progresif customer who bought the One Plan last year.
He added: “For me, the plan is very reliable and convenient. I am also subscribed with other network as spare lines”.
The grand draw which campaign ran from 18 September to 31 December 2020 saw twenty shortlisted finalists, who previously purchased Progresif Top-Up, Add-On and Starter Packs.
Nineteen other winners of the campaign each took home brand new Oppo and Vivo smartphones.
During the prize presentation which was held during Progresif’s Enter the Progresif-verse promotional roadshow, all of the finalists were required to pick a number and given a token containing the unseen image of the anticipated prizes, prior to the reveal.
In his speech, the company’s Chief Corporate Strategy Officer Johan Dato Dr Haji Johar said that Progresif is excited to build on the momentum from the end of 2020, giving Bruneians better value on Mobile and Home Broadband and making a positive social impact through CSR campaigns such as ‘Progresif for Schools’ in partnership with the Ministry of Education.
“We have seen from the overwhelming success of our Win A Car campaign that Brunei is happy to support a brand that relentlessly pursues progress; progress in terms of giving the public more affordable and convenient ways to connect with each other and the world,” he said.
Furthermore, throngs of shoppers and Progresif fans showed up to the roadshow held at OneCity Shopping Centre experiencing the excitement of the carnival-like atmosphere as the company’s sales ‘Street Teams’ promoted their newly-released plans, products and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives.
Amongst the most exciting new products Progresif announced were their new Unlimited Home Broadband plans offering speeds of up to 200 megabytes per second (MBPS), a bandwidth that most in Brunei have never before experienced.
On hand to present the prizes was Progresif CEO Hjh Nurul Haniah Hj Jaafar and NBT Brunei Senior General Manager Leong Cheng Soon.
The Bruneian | BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN