Ufone Banai Lakhpati: Lottery Scheme

After Mobilink’s SMS Khazana, Ufone has started a similar sort of lottery called”Ufone Banai Lakhpati.

Ufone users will have send a blank SMS to 728, answer a quiz and enter Lucky Draw. Ufone says it has a Bumper Prize of Rs. 500,000 while 10 users will be getting 100 Free Minutes every day.

Bumper Prize will be given at the end of the competition 21st May 2010.

Users will get FREE wallpapers for every entry they make.

SMS Charges: Rs. 10 + Tax / Entry

Terms and Conditions:

  • All entries received after the mentioned period will not be processed. Contest will be open to both Pre-paid and post-pay subs. Prize of Rs. 500, 000 will be given by Ufone through service centers across Pakistan. Prizes will not be exchangeable, transferable or redeemable in any other form for any reason.
  • Ufone reserves the right to draw reserve winner to substitute any winner subsequently found to be disqualified.
  • Ufone reserves the rights to publish the winner’s names and pictures for marketing campaigns or press releases.
  • The wining subscriber will bear all forms of taxes.
  • The subscriber will be notified that the tax will be deducted from the award money.
  • This promotion is not open to employees, service providers, agencies and third party staff/facilitators of Ufone or any person directly or indirectly involved in the running of this promotion.
  • Cash Reward needs to be collected inside 30 days.
  • Winners will be notified by phone and SMS with Sender ID of Ufone in case of SMS or CLI of 333 for latter.

  • maine 20 questions ka jawab dia or mera hazaron ka balance loot liya or khud ho gae krore pati or hm hogae 0 pati

  • fake all is cheating and just robbering the poor people and kaminay hain sab loooteron kuch to Khof-e-Khu
    da karo

  • ake all is cheating and just robbering the poor people and kaminay hain sab loooteron kuch to Khof-e-Khuda karo

  • no one is their to stop them, they are just bunch of idiots doing business in pakistan, bedside that courts issue them notices on their poor poorest services, but mobile companies are become shameless

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