Heritage Day is on the way, and aside from a greatly anticipated public holiday, it’s a day to celebrate your culture and the beliefs and traditions that are part of it.

Oftentimes this is done with family and friends, sometimes around a braai, as there’s no better feeling than connecting in-person. One of itel South Africa’s most used social media hashtags, #TheJoyOfConnecting, sums this up perfectly, and to celebrate Heritage Day, itel wants to keep you connected with loved ones.

You could win an itel P40 smartphone by following the steps below:

  • Follow itel South Africa’s social media pages: Facebook – itel (ZA), Instagram – itelsouthafrica, and Twitter – itel_sa
  • Like this competition post and tag your friends and family
  • To get a bonus entry, share the competition post to your stories and show some love to posts on itel South Africa’s social media pages by commenting, liking or interacting with them 

An Affordable Phone with Unbelievable Features

Despite costing only R1,999 (recommended retail price – RRP), itel P40 packs useful tech inside it. This includes a giant 6000mAh battery, one of the biggest batteries in any phone; 18W fast-charging for when its power runs low; and a 6.6-inch display, larger than other affordable phone options.

All these, combined with the other features and specs of the device, make the itel P40 the smart choice for those looking for a reliable, long-lasting, great-value for money phone.


If you aren’t lucky enough to win the itel P40 in the Heritage Day competition, you can get the device from select retail partners, including Ackermans, Edgars, Incredible, HiFi Corp, Mr Price, PEP, and TFG (availability varies per store and while stocks last).

Alongside the itel P40, a four itel smartphones were made available in South Africa. Itel A60s, itel A60, itel A04, and itel A18 are also available from select retail partners for a recommended retail price of R1,699, R1,499, R1,299, and R899 (RRPs) respectively.

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