Ooredoo has announced the internationally renowned Malabar Gold & Diamonds, the flagship company of the Malabar Group, as the newest jewellery retailer to join its expanding Nojoom partner network.
Members can earn and redeem points at any of the Malabar Gold & Diamonds retail outlets in Qatar, as part of the Nojoom Loyalty Programme.
Nojoom and Al Nokhba members will earn 1 Nojoom Point for every QR6 spent on gold and diamond jewellery.
“Malabar Gold & Diamonds will give our customers the chance to reward themselves and their loved ones with world-class jewellery,” Fatima Sultan al-Kuwari, director, Community and Public Relations, Ooredoo, said.
Santhosh T V, regional head, Malabar Gold & Diamonds, said: “We are happy to associate with the Nojoom Reward Programme and be able to offer special benefits to their customers. This is the beginning of a partnership that we intend to expand in the future to give more rewards than ever for our customers.”
To earn points, members should simply inform any of Malabar’s employees upon payment that they are Nojoom members and present their QID. Members will have up to one month from the date of purchase to claim their Nojoom points if their QID is not available on the day of purchase. Points will be added to members account the following month.
Nojoom members can also redeem points for vouchers to be used at any of the six Malabar God & Diamonds branches in the country by visiting the Nojoom page on Ooredoo’s website or by downloading the Ooredoo App. A dedicated person at the retail outlet will be available to validate the vouchers for members.
Every Ooredoo customer with a Qatar ID can enrol into Nojoom, and redemptions can be made following Nojoom’s redemption channels.
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