Mobilk - With over 1,500 companies subscribed, Ooredoo’s Nojoom Business Programme continues to add value to its loyal business customers. The only business telecoms loyalty programme in the Sultanate, Nojoom Business gives users the chance to earn points and redeem them for a number of different products, offers and services including the latest devices, local data, national and international calling minutes and texts, as well as select privileges at a number of exciting leisure and lifestyle outlets.
With a growing number of benefits subscribed companies can earn 20 redeemable points for every OMR 1 used on making calls, sending SMS’, or paying their bills. Once 2,000 points have been accumulated OMR 1 can be redeemed towards a service. With no cap on the number of points that can be earned, the company is ensuring its business customers continue to enjoy rewards for simply being with Ooredoo.
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