Ooredoo’s Mobile Money (OMM) service has been awarded the “Partner Innovation Award 2015” for excellence in mobile money transfer services by MoneyGram.
MoneyGram offers the “Partner Innovation Award” every year to one of its partners who show a strong strategy, great execution, creativity and positive results within the area of the international money transfer industry.
Ooredoo and MoneyGram have partnered since 2012 to enable customers to send money across the globe directly from their mobile.
Since the launch of the partnership, Mobile Money has been growing multi-fold with thousands of users sending money home every month using the MoneyGram service.
In 2015, Ooredoo Mobile Money saw unprecedented growth with the launch of new and innovative promotional offers including QR1 fee offer, free airtime and data offer, cashback offer etc, to reward customers for their international transfers.
Customers can register for Mobile Money with a valid Qatar ID at any Ooredoo Shop, by dialling *140#, or by simply downloading the free “Ooredoo Money” app on their mobile and following the simple on-screen instructions.
Mobile Money is available for use on any model of mobile phone and can be used to top up Hala accounts (with a 10% extra recharge), pay Ooredoo bills, send money locally to another mobile or QNB account, recharge Ooredoo data or buy Ooredoo Passport services or transfer money overseas.
Users can deposit money into their mobile wallet using any of the over-200 Ooredoo self-service machines available across Qatar. Deposits can also be made through Ooredoo shops or direct transfer from any QNB account through QNB Mobile Payment service.
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