The holy month of Ramadhan has just started but digital telco Yoodo is already in a Raya mood. For its Monsteraya campaign which runs from 24 April until 11 June 2020, it is giving away MYR50,000 worth of duit raya.
To stand a chance to be one of the weekly winners, all you need to do is to spend a minimum of MYR35 on data, voice, SMS, add-on(s) or a Power Pass. Roaming, IDD and premium delivers are not counted towards this minimum spend.
The MYR20 Duit Raya will be disbursed in the form of Boost credit, where MYR10 Boost credit can be used to pay for your Yoodo plan while the balance can be spent on Boost’s other participating merchants.
The credit will be credited into your Boost account. If you don’t have a Boost account, you can sign up for one here.
Winners are selected on a random basis and each participant can win only once throughout the campaign period.
|Week||Transaction Dates||Number of Duit Raya Winners|
|1||24 – 30 April 2020||300|
|2||21 – 7 May 2020||300|
|3||8 – 14 May 2020||300|
|4||15 – 21 May 2020||300|
|5||22 – 28 May 2020||500|
|6||29 May – 4 June 2020||500|
|7||5 – 11 June 2020||300|
Not yet a Yoodo customer? Sign up here and get free MYR20 credit
Head over to Yoodo here, register for a SIM and get it delivered to your doorstep. When you activate your SIM card using referral code ebvci456, you’ll get free MYR20 credit.Sign up with Yoodo and use code ebvci456 to get free MYR20 credit #Yoodo #YoodoMY Click To Tweet
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Yoodo still provides free delivery of SIMs via regular mail. Complementing the free snail mail delivery, it is also offering a discount for express SIM card delivery. You can get a new Yoodo SIM delivered directly to your doorstep within two hours (Klang Valley only) for just MYR5, compared to MYR15 previously. This is a special MCO offer and is valid until 30 April 2020.
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