Ooredoo has announced that its Nojoom members can now pay their monthly Ooredoo bill, including Shahry subscriptions,
using their Nojoom Points.
The new service, which aims to give postpaid customers more options to pay their bill, offers Nojoom members the chance to make Nojoom Point redemptions toward their service costs, the company has said in a press
The option to pay a monthly bill with Nojoom Points can now be accessed via the Ooredoo My Bills section on the Ooredoo website, self-Service machines and IVR phone system (111). Members can also use the Nojoom Bill Payment Reward option in the Ooredoo App to make a payment.
Fatima Sultan al-Kuwari, Community and Public Relations director at Ooredoo, said: “With these new Ooredoo bill payment rewards, which start from just 4,500 Nojoom Points, making sure you are connected to the Supernet has never been easier. Now, not only are you rewarded for using Ooredoo services, but you can also use those reward points to pay for your Ooredoo services.”
With more than 400,000 Ooredoo Shahry customers currently enjoying the value provided by the service, this additional feature is expected to see high demand, the
“This is just another reason why our customers should enrol in our Nojoom Loyalty Programme. We reward our members for their loyalty and everyday tasks,” al-Kuwari added.
Every Ooredoo customer with a Qatar ID can sign up for the Nojoom Loyalty Programme. For more details, members can visit the Nojoom page on Ooredoo’s website at www.ooredoo.qa/nojoom
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