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HUTCH awards Honda Scooty motorcycles for BID2WIN winners

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HUTCH’s BID2WIN Mega Campaign winners for April and May, Thushi Kumar of Kurunegala and Mohmed Thuwan of Dematagoda, were awarded brand new Honda Scooty motorcycles from HUTCH officials recently. 

BID2WIN, the largest SMS gaming service in Sri Lanka, allows any mobile customer to place their desired value for a prize that is assigned during the period, while the lowest unique bidder stands a chance to win the prize free of charge. 

BID2WIN gaming service has awarded its subscribers for the third consecutive year, and is renowned for the cars, motorcycles, laptops and smartphones given away, valued over Rs. 20 million. This promotion was powered by zMessenger.

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