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As Malawians are still celebrating the Mahape moments and introduction of 5G network by TNM Plc, the telco has introduced a ground-breaking ‘Welcome Back Offer’ for TNM SIM card reactivation.
The reactivation offer is giving 2000 percent instant bonus to customers when they reactivate their TNM numbers and buy airtime on Mpamba. In addition, recharges using scratch cards and banks are attracting 1000 percent bonus.
According to Madalitso Jonazi TNM’s Head of Brand and Marketing, the bonus offers are available to all TNM numbers that have been inactive for more than 60 days.  The bonus is applicable to the first recharge they do during the month.
Customers are encouraged to recharge with high values on their first monthly recharge to get the highest bonus value. Customer will get the bonus on their first recharge for a period of 3 months.
“This is a welcome back gift for our customers who have not been using their TNM SIM cards for more than 60 days. At TNM we continue to bring exciting services to customers as part of the Mahape,” said Jonazi.
TNM has initiated simple process to enable customers get their inactive TNM SIM cards working again. 
“There is no rocket science for customers to enjoy this intriguing offers. Customers need to just put their inactive SIM cards back into their mobile devices and recharge through Mpamba to get 2000% bonus or through scratch cards, electronic vouchers, or banks to earn 1000% bonus usable within seven days,” he said.
The offer reaffirms TNM’s commitment towards assisting Malawians experience good quality mobile services that best suit their needs and lifestyle. The 2000% bonus is one of TNM’s drive to give its customers great value for their money.
“TNM is determined to provide value to customers. We keep bringing innovative services and products to ensure Malawians are aligned to the current technology advancements,” added Jonazi.
TNM which was established in the year 1995 is the oldest telecommunications company in Malawi which covers more than 88% of the country.

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