Ooredoo has announced that it will launch three dedicated Ramadan data promotions for the holy month, designed to highlight the year according to the Islamic calendar.
The new ‘Ramadan 1438’ data promotions will cover Hala, Shahry, and Ooredoo app users and will reward customers with free data for recharging their data and staying in touch with their loved ones this Ramadan.
Thanks to the promotion, Consumer Shahry customers who switch or upgrade to a 6GB or higher Endless Internet Pack from May 25 to June 30, 2017 will be eligible to redeem an additional 1,438MB data allowance by sending ‘RDP’ to 114 or logging in to the Ooredoo app.
On top of the bonus data, Endless Internet Pack customers enjoy never-ending Internet access, with no additional charges or surprise bills at the end of the month.
Hala customers who use Ooredoo’s popular ‘Hala Daily Surprise’ service during the holy month will also be rewarded when accepting the *123# Ramadan offer. Customers simply need to dial *123# or log-in to the Ooredoo app and accept the ‘Ramadan 1438 Data Offer’, then recharge with a 6GB, 10GB, or 15GB data card to enjoy 1,438MB bonus data, valid for three days from the day of top-up.
For all Ooredoo customers, the company is also boosting its free daily Ooredoo app data giveaway. Currently, Ooredoo app users can take advantage of Ooredoo’s free data giveaway daily, by logging into the latest Ooredoo app and redeeming 10MB during weekdays and 100MB every weekend.
During the holy month, Ooredoo will offer 14.38MB free data every weekday and 143.8MB on weekends. Ooredoo app free data will be valid until midnight on the day of activation.
Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi, director, Community & Public Relations at Ooredoo, said: “As well as a host of CSR activities, we’re hoping to ensure a truly digital Ramadan. With family and friends now spread across the world, being able to stay in touch and celebrate what truly matters is more important than ever.”
This year, Ooredoo’s Ramadan campaign will come under the umbrella ‘Ooredoo Ramadan 1438’ and customers can follow all promotions, events, and competitions during the month on social media with the #Ramadan1438.
As well as dedicated promotions, Ooredoo will once again take part in a host of activities to give back to the community including hospital visits, children’s mall activities and more.
Ooredoo upgrades latest My-Fi device for free
Ooredoo has announced that all Netgear My-Fi (AirCard 810s) device users with the latest model will get a free system upgrade.
Ooredoo aims to update all the Netgear 810s devices to the latest CAT 11 technology giving users a faster connection of up to 600 Mbps on the Supernet.
Netgear My-Fi (AirCard 810s) device users simply need to follow the pop-up instructions on their device screen to start the system update and enjoy a truly superior Supernet connection.
By upgrading customers’ devices, Ooredoo aims to enhance the mobile broadband experience for Qatar’s communities, allowing households to download, stream and share more than ever before with the boosted speed.
The Netgear My-Fi (AirCard 810s) device offers a host of features, including the ability to connect up to 15 Wi-Fi devices simultaneously, a battery life of up to 11 hours, jump boost feature to charge smartphones and more.
To purchase an Internet device, new or existing customers can visit any Ooredoo Shop or go to www.ooredoo.qa/eshp. The company said all new Netgear 810s device owners will be notified of the upgrade as soon as they activate the device.
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