has announced the launch of the brand-new Hala Flexi 20 card, the
latest addition to the company’s popular Flexi Card denominations.
With Hala Flexi Cards, Hala customers get Flexi points that can be used for local data or to make international calls, local calls, and SMS. The new Hala Flexi 20 card offers 200 Flexi points valid for seven days, including the day of activation and costs just QR20.
Hala Flexi cards aim to provide pre-paid customers with a ‘one-stop-shop’ for topping-up and offer some of Ooredoo’s most affordable rates. With a Hala Flexi 20 card, local calls and SMS cost just one Flexi point per minute/message, local data costs just 0.2 Flexi points per MB, and international minutes start from 1 Flexi point to call India, 1.5 Flexi points to call Bangladesh, and 2 Flexi Points to call Nepal.
To find out the full list of countries available and Flexi Point costs, visit Ooredoo.qa. The Hala Flexi 20 card is the most affordable Flexi Card yet, and other Flexi Card denominations include QR60 (with 500 Flexi points), QR100 (1,000 Flexi points), QR150 (1,700 Flexi points) and QR200 (2,500 Flexi points).
Ooredoo director of PR and Corporate Communications Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi said: “With our new Hala Flexi 20 card, everyone in Qatar can now afford to enjoy the services they want most.
Hala Flexi gives users the freedom to spend Flexi points on what they need, and most importantly, customers are in control of what they spend their points on, meaning they’re not stuck with allowances they don’t need.”
To subscribe to a Hala Flexi Card, customers can use the Ooredoo App, USSD Menu, or visit an Ooredoo Shop for more information.
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