This year's Independence Day was extra special for Filipinos on social media as TM treated them to “TM Doble Dekada Tambayan LIVE Pinoy Fiesta,” an energetic and star-studded online show to kick off the countdown to the brand’s 20th anniversary happening in September.
Excited fans tuned in to the TM Tambayan Facebook page as they welcomed its new ka-TMs—Seth Fedelin, Andrea Brillantes, and Alden Richards.
Adding zest to the event were The Juans, SB19, Matthaios and Donnalyn Bartolome, Riva Quenery, and Parokya ni Edgar. They played some classic games in true Pinoy style, from fiesta vibes mukbang, bingo, to a banderitas relay race.
Kristelle Dizon, the VP for Consumer Mobile Business of Globe, said that despite challenging circumstances, TM tirelessly worked to make the grand celebration of its 20th year possible.
“For Filipinos, being together means helping one another and fighting as one. TM, always and forever, will be there to fight with you,” said Dizon.vices that enrich our digital experiences and make our lives easier.
Last May 18, TM launched the TM Doble Dekada Raffle where for as low as 10 pesos, subscribers can win over 20 million pesos worth of prizes such as 5G mobile phones, FunAral tuition assistance, and Puregold grocery package weekly. The raffle runs until Sept. 30.
The surprise and prizes don’t end there, because all subscribers have a chance to win P2 million and 500 thousand pesos FunKabuhayan package at the Grand Draw happening on Oct. 5.
To join the TM Doble Dekada raffle, just download the TM App on Google Play store or App store and register for a chance to win minor or major prizes in the weekly raffle draws -- including the P2 million cash prize.
For more information, text TMDOBLEDEKADA INFOto 8080 for free.
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