Vodafone Qatar has said it now offers more than 100 top destinations on its Passport Pack.
“Qatar’s widest reaching Passport Pack allows customers to roam worry-free and experience Vodafone’s world-class network, with the widest 4G coverage and with the only roaming pack in Qatar enabled on all operators across these countries,” the company said in a statement.
Vodafone Qatar was the “first to market with several game-changing innovations” such as its Bill Manager product, which is automatically activated for all postpaid customers as soon as they are roaming in one of the enabled countries, so that they do not get a “bill shock”, the statement notes.
The Vodafone Passport Pack allows customers to enjoy 1GB of data and 100 minutes of roaming calls for QR100 per week. Just in time for the summer holiday season, 22 new countries have been added to the Vodafone Passport Pack – including Morocco, Austria, Armenia, Algeria, Bangladesh, Croatia and Kenya.
Diego Camberos, chief operating officer at Vodafone Qatar, said: “The Vodafone Passport Pack just got better and our customers can now discover more of the world and roam in over 100 countries with an unmatched worry-free experience. Vodafone Passport Pack and Bill Manager strongly underline our commitment to lead in innovation drawing on the very best of the Vodafone brand globally.”
Prepaid customers can activate the Vodafone Passport Pack through the My Vodafone App or by dialling *110*110#. For a full list of countries and for further information, one can visit www.vodafone.qa
Vodafone Qatar is rated as a premium operator for its roaming services by the GSMA Association, the world’s foremost authority on mobile services.
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