We all know it’s nice to be rewarded sometimes – a bonus or freebie here and there is always a welcome surprise. With this in mind, I’m extremely excited to announce a bonus for Telstra customers shopping at Coles, Target, Kmart and Coles Express.
From Monday, Telstra customers will be able to earn flybuys points when they purchase selected Telstra Pre-Paid products, thanks to an alliance announced today with the new flybuys program.
We are excited to partner with flybuys which has been completely reinvigorated, offering members more choice and better value.
Our partnership will give our loyal Pre-Paid customers even greater value and reward them for choosing Telstra as their mobile provider.
Telstra Pre-Paid customers will earn points for every dollar they spend at Coles, Target, Kmart and Coles Express, which can be redeemed for a huge range of rewards from shopping to travel and accommodation.
Plus, as part of the program, customers can purchase a new Android Smartphone and earn 1000 bonus points all for under $50.
We love providing our customers with rewards that are valuable to them-whether it is using your points to reduce your supermarket bill or put them towards flights for an amazing family holiday, recharging with Telstra Pre-Paid will help customers enjoy a huge range of rewards faster- exciting news for all.
Telstra Pre-Paid customers will be rewarded with nine points for every $1 spent when they recharge their Pre-Paid service at Coles Supermarkets, BI-LO, Target, Kmart and Coles Express outlets until 22 July 2012. From 23 July, customers will earn three points for every $1 spent.
So get recharging with Telstra Pre-Paid and get rewarded with flybuys. and also check out the Telstra customers rewarded under new flybuys program Media Release.
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