As a way of giving back and bringing “saya” to millions of its loyal subscribers, mobile services brand TNT is holding Saya Fest, its biggest online event this year headlined by no other than Popstar Royalty and TNT endorser Sarah Geronimo. The online event will be streamed on TNT’s Facebook Page on Nov. 21, Saturday, starting at 7:00 p.m.
Saya Fest will also feature must-not-miss performances by Gloc 9, Julie Ann San Jose, This Band, Ronnie Alonte and Loisa Andalio, as well as fun-filled segments with some of the country’s biggest content creators, including everyone’s favorite ‘ghorl’ Mimiyuuuh, TikTok personality Marvin Fojas, and rapper Aikee.
“The TNT Saya Fest Concert is our way of thanking our loyal subscribers who continue to find their 'saya' in life through our data offers. This is just the start of bigger and more exciting things for TNT subscribers as we strive hard to give them 'saya' especially during these challenging times," said Jane J. Basas, SVP and Consumer Wireless Business Head at Smart.
Apart from music, dance, and games, the TNT Saya Fest will also give lucky TNT subscribers a chance to win special prizes such as free data offers and gadgets throughout the online show.
During the show, viewers can also expect big news and announcements about exciting things that TNT has in store for all subscribers.
The TNT Saya Fest Online Event comes on the heels of the brand’s ‘Nasa Saya Yan’ campaign, which aims to inspire the Filipino youth to stay optimistic and find their ‘saya’ amid uncertain times.
With TNT, the Filipino youth can find their 'saya' through meaningful and relevant promos, such as GIGA Stories, GIGA Games, and GIGA Video for mobile entertainment, as well as GIGA Study and GIGA Work for online learning and productivity apps.
TNT subscribers can avail of these GIGA offers conveniently via the GigaLife App, which is now downloadable on Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
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