Ooredoo has launched a new data offer specifically for businesses to cater to the growing demand for connectivity and data across Qatar’s business sector.
New or upgraded Hala Business and Shahry subscriptions will receive five times the plans data allowance for six months. The offer is valid until May 31, said Ooredoo.
Designed to give businesses in Qatar the best monthly communication bundles, Ooredoo has a strong portfolio of business plans with features such as bill control and international calling allowances, among others.
Ooredoo Qatar chief operating officer Yousuf al-Kubaisi said: “As well as providing business packages for all company needs across Qatar, large or small, we decided to help employees stay connected 24/7 with more data than ever at no extra cost. In business being available or offline can make a big difference and we hope this gives our nation’s growing businesses and organisations a helping hand.”
As well as the five times data allowance for six months, businesses that purchase a new smartphone at the time of subscribing to a Shahry or Hala Business plan will also enjoy up to 15GB free data.
“Making sure your business has the latest technology is just as important as staying connected, as devices are becoming increasingly smart and can link to employee’s emails, share large documents, make payments, display presentations, and more.” al-Kubaisi added.
Hala Business and Hala Business International plans offer a range of key services, including local and international call minutes, SMS, and data. When these monthly allowances are used up, employees have the freedom to top-up directly or subscribe to additional services – with no additional costs for the employer.
Ooredoo’s Shahry Smart plans offer a fully post-paid mobile service, inclusive of local and international calls, messaging, high-speed mobile Internet access, and free intracompany calls.
For full details of all plans, pricing and offers available with Ooredoo Business, visit the business desk at select Ooredoo Shops, call 800 8000, or click www.ooredoo.qa/business.
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