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Ooredoo Doubles Data and Voice Allowances in Celebration of Omani Women’s Day

2017-10-16 - 09:23 GMT
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Mobilk - Honouring the important role of women in society, Ooredoo will be giving prepaid customers double data and voice for less in celebration of the upcoming Omani Women’s Day. The one-day offer will be available on 17 October 2017 and will deliver 100% more credit on all RO 5 and RO 10 voucher-based recharges. Mousbak customers will be able to use this free credit for 14 days to join any of their favourite data or voice bundles and popular services such as Stream On and Sawalif. The promotion offers customers across the Sultanate, with the opportunity to snap, post, and tweet about the most important women in their lives without having to worry about topping up again. 

Ooredoo’s latest offer is also a unique opportunity for customers to begin opting into Deal of the Day through its award-winning Ooredoo Oman app. Subscription is free of charge and introduces users to a world of new value-added opportunities, with bonuses as well as discounts on data, credit, and popular digital services being delivered every day of the week. 

Feras Al Sheikh, Director of Consumer Sales at Ooredoo, said, “Omani Women’s Day highlights the massive contributions made by women in the Sultanate, from their immense impact on economic development to their position as role models inspiring future generations to success. This important celebration is a reminder of just how much we owe the women in our lives, representing a wonderful opportunity to thank them for all they have given us. We want our customers to join us in celebrating the colleagues, mentors, and pioneering women who have helped shaped Oman as well as our own lives into what they are today.”

Ooredoo’s strong belief and commitment to empowering women with opportunities has directly led to the employment of dozens of talented Omani women at every level within the company. Its dedication to enriching the lives of Omani women has also resulted in its annual Springboard Programme, organised annually in partnership with the British Council. The company has also launched a number of incubator programmes to provide women with vocational training and resources in the disciplines of Information Technology, beauty, cooking, and sewing; boosting them with skills to start up their own businesses. Their incubators have helped to empower 170 women with income generating skills and inspired the socio-economic growth of local communities across the Sultanate.

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