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Kiwis are 'shaking their way' to a summer of rewards with Vodafone

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In its first week alone, Vodafone’s interactive Fantastic Fridays Xmas Shake campaign has already seen more than 165,000 Kiwis shake their way towards a stash of fantastic prizes.

Xmas Shake lets you use your phone, tablet or computer to shake a pile of presents left under the tree by Santa. You then choose which three you’d like best, and go in the draw to win them.

Vodafone’s Head of Brand and Marketing, Delina Shields said Xmas Shake puts a digital twist on the age old tradition of shaking presents left under the Christmas tree.

"More and more our customers are telling us that they love interacting with their phones in new and innovative ways - so we’re really pleased to see Xmas Shake has captured the imagination of so many people," Del said.

"With the chaos of Christmas shopping and the fuss over what do about your Christmas feast, Xmas Shake is really about having some fun and rewarding our customers for their loyalty throughout 2017. We’re blown away by how much they’re loving Xmas Shake so far."

There are more than 130 Xmas Shake prizes up for grabs, including a trip for two to Fiji, $1000 Vodafone credit and thousands of dollars’ worth of vouchers for shoes, beauty treatments and much more.

And Xmas Shake is just the start of what Vodafone is calling its biggest ever summer of rewards.

"Customers can keep shaking right up to January 7th when we will announce our lucky winners, and at this rate we’re hoping that half a million Kiwis will shake for presents this year," Del said.

"But hot off the heels of this one, we’re launching the next round of our summer rewards programme. It promises to add a touch of magic to the music festival season, watch this space!"

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