Ooredoo has announced the launch of the new Hala India Packs of QR10 and QR30, both valid for 30 days. The new dedicated packs allow Hala customers to subscribe to a monthly bundle that offers allowances to any network in India and for Qatar.
With the new Hala India Pack 10, subscribers will enjoy 100 minutes to call India (valid for 30 days) and 100 MB of local data, as well as 10 local minutes (valid for seven days) for QR10. Hala India Pack 30 subscribers can take advantage of 325 minutes to India (valid for 30 days) as well as 250 MB of local data and 25 local minutes (valid for seven days) for QR30. Once the international minutes have been used, subscribers can enjoy an out-of-pack international rate to India of 10Dhs/min. To subscribe to a new Hala India Pack, customers should head to the Ooredoo App, dial *121# or send ‘INP 10’ or ‘INP 30’ to 121.
This is the latest in a line of new international calling services for customers in Qatar. For reduced call rates to other countries, pre-paid and post-paid customers can also subscribe to the Hala International Saver Keys and Shahry Saver Key for some of Ooredoo’s lowest international calling rates.
New payment option for Apple users
Beginning today, Ooredoo will offer customers the option to pay for purchases in the App Store and iTunes directly from their mobile phone account. The service will be available to all Ooredoo customers in Qatar for post-paid and pre-paid mobile plans.
Ooredoo customers with a new or existing Apple ID can select “Carrier Billing” as a payment method in their account settings for the App Store and iTunes and from their iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac, or on iTunes from their PC.
The new payment option will be configured automatically and immediately allows for one-tap purchasing from customers Apple devices, including Apple TV and Apple Watch.
For more information on how to set-up carrier billing, visit www.ooredoo.qa (https://www.ooredoo.qa/portal/OoredooQatar/applecarrierbilling).
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