OPPO announces "BadaDashain"SMS Campaign

Slashes price of its best sellers F11-series and R17 Pro

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OPPO announces "BadaDashain"SMS Campaign

September 4: Chinese smartphone brand OPPO has announced a special campaign during the festive season of Dashain. The company said in a statement that the “BadaDashain SMS Campaign” will provide its consumers an amazing opportunity to win numerous attractive gifts on the purchase of OPPO phones during the festive season.

"Being a global company, OPPO has always believed in localization. Nepal is one of the priority markets for us. Its richness in culture, traditionsand simplicity in diversity has always inspired us. Hence, with an intention to celebrate the grandest festival of Nepal the BadaDashain, we have introduced BadaDashain SMS campaign to share the happiness along with our valuable fans here in Nepal," said Bobby Zhao, CEO of OPPO Nepal.

Throughout the campaign period, with every purchase of OPPO phones, customers can participate in the campaign by sending SMS to 33001 by typing OPPO <Space> IMEI number. Each week, two winners will be chosen via a lucky draw, the statement added. Among them, one will get a chance to win either Bali or Baku tour (on rotation basis) and another lucky winner gets to win ticket expenses.

The lucky draw will be held for five consecutive weeks. The lucky draw winners will be announced on September 7, 14, 21, 28 and October 5.

According to the company, the participants who were not chosen as winners will still stand a chance to participate in the upcoming lucky draws automatically. The campaign which kicked off on September 1 will run till October 4.

Price Drop offer on F11–Series and R17 Pro

On the occasion of Dashain, OPPO also has slashed the price of its recent bestsellers, F11 –Series and R17 Pro. The F11 Pro is now availableat Rs 41990, F11 at Rs 31990 and R17 Pro at Rs 59990. Previously the phones were priced at Rs 47990, Rs 35490 and Rs 75990 respectively. The price drop has come into effect from September 2.

 

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