‘Eat, Shop, Spend’ wins 1m subscribers on very first day

‘Eat, Shop, Spend’ wins 1m subscribers on very first day

By The Nation

 

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The “Eat, Shop, Spend” campaign earned an overwhelming response on Monday (September 23), the very first day of its launch, with close to one million Thais registering.

 

Krungthai Bank set the daily limit for registration at one million.

 

The campaign was launched to boost domestic spending and aims to offer 10 million people a Bt1,000 voucher via the G-Wallet mobile application to spend in specific shops between September 27 and November 30.

 

Krungthai Bank’s president Payong Srivanich said on Monday (September 23) that though the website slowed down a bit, the bank boosted its bandwidth to deal with a large volume of traffic.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30376621

 

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