Mobilk - Supporting the Sultanate to become more digital, Ooredoo has revamped its popular Shahry Business Packs. The new Shahry Business eezee allows all company subscribers to enjoy enhanced bundled mobile services, which include up to 40 percent discount on international calling, unlimited intra-company net and on-net minutes and up to 60 GB eezee data, which can be used locally and in the GCC, when signing up for 24 months.
In addition, those signing up for Shahry Business eezee on 12 or 24 month contracts will benefit from an exclusive three-month introductory offer with up to another 60 GB local data, valid for the entire contract period. That’s double the original data included in the plan.
Users will be able to take full advantage of the value-added packs giving them more data, greater connectivity, and total flexibility to stay connected however it suits them.
“As data experience leaders we know how important connectivity is to businesses, but each company has unique usage requirements. Our new Shahry Business eezee bundles support digital operations by offering a wide range of choices, more benefits and amazing value. A one-stop package, they help companies stay connected, save costs, and ultimately grow.” said Sultan bin Ahmed Al Wahaibi, Chief Business and Wholesale Officer at Ooredoo.
The Shahry Business eezee bundled mobile services gives a mix of key communication services tailored to meet each individual business’s needs.
To sign up for Shahry Business eezee, existing customers can contact their assigned Account Manager. Companies can also visit their nearest Ooredoo Business Store, get in touch with one of Ooredoo’s authorised channel partners, or call 9501 1503.
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