Ooredoo has launched the new Dawli QR10 International Calling Card. With the new offer, Shahry and Hala users can call abroad for up to 32 minutes for QR10 depending on the calling destination.
The new card allows the customers to enjoy 18 minutes to call 14 destinations valid for seven days for QR10. In addition, customers will get an additional 14 minutes as a bonus to call Nepal. These bonus minutes are valid on the day of activation until midnight.
Ooredoo also launched recently its lowest ever international calling top-up option – the Dawli QR5 International Calling Card.
Ooredoo said Dawli International Calling Recharge Cards are now available in three denominations, QR20, QR10 and QR5.
The new cards can be purchased at any Ooredoo shop or authorised dealer. To activate the cards, customers need to simply scratch off the secret panel to reveal the voucher number or QR code, and follow the instructions on the back of the card to redeem the international call minutes.
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