Mobilk - The new Huawei Mate20 and Mate20Pro is now available at the Muscat Grand Mall Ooredoo store with fantastic promotions on Shahry contracts. Offering zero down payment and affordable monthly installments, customers can get their hands on the state-of=the-art Android smartphones and enjoy a world of benefits including up to 6,000 minutes, 80GB and data rollover.
Feras bin Abdallah Al Shaikh, Director of Consumer Sales, said: “We are excited to be offering the new Huawei Mate20 and Mate20Pro, which are set to inspire smartphone users with a host of features and new innovations. At Ooredoo, we want to make sure that everyone is able to enjoy the internet and exciting devices, no matter their budget. This is why we are offering plans with no down payment and affordable monthly installments for customers who sign up with our Shahry plans.”
Starting from just OMR 6.450 a month, customers can purchase the Huawei Mate20 and Mate20Pro available in Black, Emerald green and Twilight colours. The devices were co-engineered with Leica, meaning users are able to capture each moment perfectly with an iconic square combining the Leica Triple Camera powered by AI. Designed for different scenarios, including the 12 MP main RGB lens for everyday photos, the 8 MP telephoto lens for distant shots and the new 16 MP Leica Ultra-Wide Angle Lens. With the world’s 1st 7nm mobile AI chipset, these smartphones take performance to a whole new level, delivering upgraded speed and power efficiency.
Available to both new and existing Shahry subscribers, customers can choose from a number of plans including 4GB with “Shahry 10”, 16GB with “Shahry 20”, 40GB with “Shahry 35” and an amazing 80GB with “Shahry 60” per month, on a two-year contract and half the data on one-year contracts.
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