Mobilk - Extending the accessibility of its services to even more areas of the Sultanate, Ooredoo recently opened its first franchise store in the Governorate of Al Buraimi. Providing members of the local community with Ooredoo’s cost-effective services and high standard of customer care, the franchise is the 22nd opened by the company and first to be operated by partners Saeed Al Shamsi.
Feras bin Abdullah Al Shaikh, Director of Consumer Sales at Ooredoo, said, “Expanding our footprint in Al Buraimi represents a significant milestone in our expansion strategy. This will provide our growing customer base with our full-range of exceptional products and services to fully satisfy their lifestyle needs. With the full support of our franchise partners Saeed Al Shamsi, residents throughout the Governorate of Al Buraimi now have a new location to enjoy the elevated standards of service associated with our brand.”
Ooredoo’s rapid expansion goes beyond its growing retail network, extending to its product portfolio and digital solutions. The company’s drive to offer its customers the very best opportunities to enjoy the internet has led to the development and continued enhancement of its high-speed data, voice and value-added services. This includes the establishment of its 4G network through the addition of 1,000 new towers unveiled as part of Ooredoo’s largest network investment in years.
To find out more about Ooredoo’s high standard of quality care and cost-effective digital solutions, visit any of its 48 stores located across the length and breadth of the Sultanate or download the company’s award-winning Ooredoo Oman application.
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