Mobilk - With the beginning of the New Year, Ooredoo is welcoming tourists and business travellers into the country with a revamped visitor pack. Giving its new customers great value, the benefits of the easily activated SIM card will be valid for 10 days and includes 2GB as well as 50 minutes and 50 SMS’s to local and international destinations. Readily available from 15 January, visitors to Oman can purchase their pack across all airports and at any of Ooredoo’s 50 stores for only OMR 5.
“Mobile phones have become ‘the’ primary item to pack when travelling,” said Feras Al Sheikh, Director of Consumer Sales at Ooredoo. “Whether we use them to make our bookings, plan our meetings and itinerary or simply stay connected and share our experiences with friends and family. We have been carefully assessing traveller data usage trends and communication needs and have designed this new travel pack to ensure our customers remain connected while in Oman.”
As Oman’s data experience leaders, Ooredoo has been doing everything possible to bring enjoyment of the internet to life by providing innovative and affordable plans and packages, such as its value-packed Shababiah, Shahry and Musafir, to name but a few. In addition and to enrich customers’ digital lives, the company has also been developing innovative, cutting edge products and services to help support communication, entertain and educate, as well as facilitate business and open up opportunities.
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