Buksh Energy has partnered with Telenor-Talkshawk to provide Solar home solutions to its cellular customers. The agreement was signed today to provide state of the art technology and turnkey energy conservation solutions for the newly designed marketing campaign named Talkshawk Bijli Offer.
Buksh Energy will also assist in commissioning and delivering technical expertise to Telenor including provision of small and large home solutions; which will be awarded to cellular customers under Free Bijli Campaign.
Telenor customers will have to recharge Rs. 100 or more to get a chance to win complete home solar energy systems every week.
Moreoever, hundreds of generators and solar fans are there to be won as well.
Telenor said that there are no subscription charges and the offer is open to all prepaid customers.
Promotion will last till 30th June 2014.
How to Participate:
- For each recharge of Rs.100 or more, prepaid customers will get one entry in the daily and weekly lucky draw.
- More recharge of Rs.100 or more in one day means more chances of winning daily prize.
- More recharge of Rs.100 or more in a week means more chances of winning weekly prize.
- Weekly prize cycle will be from every Monday to Sunday for the campaign
Asim Buksh, Chairman Buksh Energy said, “Our Company is working consistently to help people in maintaining a healthier, safer lifestyle and consequently a better standard of living; making them self-reliant in getting access to sustainable energy. Through this campaign we will be providing 180 small and 4 large solar home kits to Telenor subscribers containing solar fans and LED lights”
Fiza Farhan-Director Buksh Energy said: “We are proud to be part of the Free Bijli Campaign. Buksh Energy will provide solar solutions including LED Lights and Solar Fans with a 6 hour power back up. In the summer season this is going to be one of the most popular campaigns as electricity fluctuations will raise to the maximum levels, while having a solar system in this scenario will be such a relief for the cellular customers”.