Mobilk - Making sure customers can enjoy the internet even more, Ooredoo is now providing Fast Home Broadband (HBB) customers with a free data rollover facility, allowing them to add unused data to their next monthly allowance. Bringing data rollover to users in the Sultanate for the first time, internet lovers all over the country can connect to Ooredoo’s high-speed network and enjoy fast streaming, surfing, chatting, snapping and more.
Feras Al Sheikh, Director of Consumer Sales at Ooredoo, said, “All subscribers of our monthly HBB post-paid contract plans will automatically receive the data rollover, helping them enjoy the internet even more. Not only does this service extend their monthly data cap, with no limit on the amount of data they can rollover, but it provides the added benefit of making sure precious data is not wasted. As a result, customers can continue to harness the full benefits of the digital landscape and gain even more control over their data plans and how they use them.”
Coming in one to two-year plans and up to 500GB of monthly data, installation is free and there are also 500 national fixed minutes included. Ooredoo’s plug-and-play solution provides the value and instant connectivity customers want with faster download speed and upload speed and all across the Sultanate .
Ooredoo’s Fast internet service allows customers to connect their home to non-stop broadband through a variety of plans to choose from. All bundles come with national fixed minutes and internet speeds of up to 10 Mbps. For more information, visit www.ooredoo.om or stop by any of the company’s 49 stores located across Oman.
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