Mobilk - Ooredoo’s Diamond and Gold category mobile numbers are once again up for grabs with the quarterly charity number auction. Registration starts on 8 October 2020. The auction gives participants a rare chance to bid for a host of memorable and unique numbers, with all proceeds going to charity. It’s not just a fun way to get a cool phone number, but a good deed too.
Feras bin Abdullah Al Shaikh, Director of Branding and Communications at Ooredoo, said, “Caring for the community is one of our core values, and this is just another way to make it a reality. Over the years our quarterly auctions have become increasingly popular, offering a great way to help charitable causes, while giving our customers something they want. These days, more and more individuals are looking for special numbers as they are easy to recall and stand out from the crowd, so whatever you’re in it for, it’s a win-win.”
With different starting prices for different numbers, interested customers can bid for a maximum of 10. First time bidders are required to fill out a registration form, while those who have participated in previous auctions can simply activate their account.
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