Ooredoo has announced that car booking app, Careem, will join the Nojoom partner network.
Careem, which first began operations in Qatar in 2014, ‘provides customers with easy transport solutions’ by enabling them to book and pay for a ride via the Careem mobile app or website.
With this new partnership, Nojoom members can now earn and redeem Nojoom points for taking Careem rides in 43 cities in the world. For every QR3 spent on a Careem ride, Nojoom members will earn one Nojoom point.
This is the latest in a line of partnerships with the technology-led travel services for Ooredoo, as the company teamed up with Careem in 2015 to help customers top-up their ‘Careem Credit’ accounts via their Hala or Shahry account.
Fatima Sultan al-Kuwari, director, Community and Public Relations at Ooredoo Qatar, said: “The Careem service is already massively popular with a large segment of our customers thanks to our top-up agreement and now through the Nojoom programme, we are happy to reward them for every day simple activities such as booking a Careem ride.”
To earn points, Nojoom members just need to book their journeys through the Careem app or website and add the promo code ‘NOJOOM’. Nojoom members can also redeem their points for Careem credit, with rides starting at QR10, by logging into their Nojoom account at Ooredoo.qa or via the Ooredoo app.
Careem allows users to choose the car type that best suits their needs (from a host of premium or economy class cars), including a newly-introduced ‘GO’ with smaller cars and affordable pricing. Users have the option to earn Nojoom points while paying in cash, or through Ooredoo Hala credit.
Every Ooredoo customer with a Qatar ID can enrol into Nojoom, which enables members to earn Nojoom points each time they use an Ooredoo service or shop at Nojoom’s earn partners or use their services. Points can be redeemed at over 200 local and international Nojoom partner outlets. For more details, visit the Nojoom pages at www.ooredoo.qa.
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