Etisalat Nigeria Rewards Loyal Customers

etisalat nigeria rewardsEtisalat network Nigeria has partnered Etihad Airways to announce the launch of a new reward offer called, Etisalat/Etihad High Flyer Reward

With the partnership, Etisalat GEM customers will pay less than $3000 for family holiday to the UAE which is inclusive of flight tickets, hotel stay for 4 nights and 30-day visa for a family of three.

 Similarly, Etisalat GEM customers are entitled to 20 per cent discount on flight tickets to the UAE when they fly Etihad Airways whilst getting roaming discounts during their holiday.

Etisalat GEM is the reward program from Etisalat that offers amazing reward to loyal high value customers who attain a pre-defined threshold on the network over a 12-month period.

To become an Etisalat GEM customer, subscribers only need to spend a minimum of N120, 000 on Etisalat products/services. 

As Etisalat Nigeria rewards their loyal customers, we believe that local businesses can embrace a similar culture by appreciating their own loyal customers. SME’s may not have the spending power of Etisalat, but a token of appreciation to customers will go a long way in building a lasting relationship.

TrustOrRun wishes Etisalat Nigeria a prosperous partnership.

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