Ratepayers using MBSP app stand a chance to win prizes

MBSP secretary Baderul Amin Abdul Hamid (left) and councillor P. David Marshel posing beside the first prize of a motorcycle for the lucky draw.

Ratepayers who pay their assessment tax, stall or complex rental, or compounds using Penang’s Seberang Prai City Council (MBSP) app are eligible to enter a lucky draw.

The Aspire Seberang Prai app was launched last month.

Mayor Datuk Azhar Arshad said payments must be made using the app between May 23 and Aug 31 to qualify for the lucky draw.

There are two lucky draw categories.

Ratepayers stand to win any of the 35 prizes including a motorcycle, smartphones and Aeon shopping vouchers.

“For the first category, users have to make a minimum payment of RM5 or a maximum of RM149 through the Aspire app,” said Azhar during the full council meeting at MBSP headquarters in Bandar Perda, Bukit Mertajam.

“To qualify for the second category and enter both draws, app users must pay RM150 and above for assessment tax, rental or compounds (provided all compounds are cleared),” he said.

He added that it was mandatory to settle all arrears for assessment tax, rental and compounds by Aug 31.

The first prize winner will take home a motorcycle (model SYM VE1-110E) while the second prize winner will receive a Samsung Galaxy A32 Lite.

The third prize winner will walk away with a Honor 50 Lite and the fourth prize winner will be presented with a Vivo Y33S.

“Cash prizes of RM500 await those from the fifth up to the 14th spots,” said Azhar.

Winners will also receive shopping vouchers.

The lucky draw winners will be selected after the full council meeting in September.

For details, visit aspire.mbsp.gov.my or email aspire@mbsp.gov.my

The app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Huawei AppGallery.

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