Ooredoo has announced the launch of the new Dawli QR5 International Calling Card.
This is the company’s “lowest ever” international calling top-up option for Hala customers, Ooredoo has said in a press statement.
With the new QR5 top-up, expatriate Ooredoo users across the country – irrespective of their income - will be able to call home for 30 minutes to India, Nepal, the Philippines, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Indonesia, the statement notes.
Calls to Nepal will be valid for Nepal Telecom numbers only while calls to the Philippines will be valid for Globe Network numbers. Dawli QR5 International Calling Card minutes will be valid for use on the day of activation only.
To activate the cards, customers need to 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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