6 July 2017
Moscow – Tele2, an alternative mobile operator, has launched the All-Russian campaign “Bonuses for your interests”. The company’s subscribers may now use special offers from the program’s partners that meet clients’ interests and support their lifestyle.
As a part of the “Bonuses for your interests” program Tele2 has prepared exclusive and personal offers from partners: discounts on e-books, online purchases, taxi service, participation in training sessions, film subscriptions and many others.
The program is valid in all Tele2-penetrated regions, excluding Moscow, till 31 August 2017. To take part in the event, it is necessary to register at promo.tele2.ru.
The operator’s clients who took part in the “Pluck bonuses to your taste” program last year may confirm their privileges in their existing personal account.
After registering, participants in the “Bonuses for your interests” program may choose any of six subjects that reflect style and hobbies of subscribers: Cinema/Music/Culture, Sports, Travelling, Fashion, House and City life. Bonuses for the event’s partners will be sent every Monday and Friday via different channels: the client’s personal account, e-mail, mobile phone and messengers. Besides, participants in the event may use bonuses from the categories that they have not chosen during the registration twice a week.
Andrey Patoka, Deputy CEO for Product, Marketing and Cooperation with Federal Clients:
“Tele2 launched its first bonus program in November 2016. Thereby the company continued implementing its strategy of lifestyle enabler – the operator that supports its clients’ habits, interests and hobbies. The event attracted great interest among Tele2 clients and proved that the company has chosen the right path of development. Those who joined the new program get even more opportunities from Tele2 – new privileges and discounts in categories that are important to them. We are doing our best to guess our clients’ expectations and always make attractive offers including those outside the telecom industry.”