Mobilk - Nawras adds significantly more value to Ajel Najoomi plans as postpaid customers can now get the latest smartphones bundled with generous broadband data, national calling minutes and SMS. In a new promotion providing amazing value, customers signing up for any Ajel Nojoomi bundle can now save 40 Omani Rials on any of six top smartphones including the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Nokia Lumia 920 and the BlackBerry Q10.
“Nawras Ajel Nojoomi now comes with the latest smartphones bundled with plenty of data, national voice and SMS so whether you like to talk to your friends, chat on SMS or social media, or prefer to browse the internet, it can all be done on an amazing new device,” said Fahmy Al Ruwahy, Nawras Device Manager. “These handsets come with top of the range features, internet connectivity, and access to all kinds of apps that customers now expect. We’ve put them together with our competitive Ajel Nojoomi packages, which offer bundled savings on data access, calling and messaging so you can get the best of both worlds, rolled into one.”
Al Ruwahy added, “Ajel Nojoomi gives customers greater flexibility to choose a postpaid plan that fits their individual usage styles and budgets. As an added bonus, they can call any other mobile customer in the Sultanate for one price.”
Handsets on offer also include the Samsung Galaxy SIII, Samsung Galaxy Note II and Blackberry Z10. The promotion will run until 18 August 2013 and is available exclusively at the vibrant Nawras flagship store at Muscat Grand Mall.
The choice of three Ajel Nojoomi bundles starts at just 19 Omani Rials for 500 MB of national data, 500 national minutes and 100 national SMS. At the top of the range and for only 34 Omani Rials, customers can enjoy 3 GB of national data, 2,000 national minutes and 2,000 national SMS.
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