Ooredoo has announced the introduction of QR5 prepaid cards, widening its customer audience and making its services accessible to more of Qatar.
The new prepaid cards are intended to serve the needs of consumers who may not want long-term services or the more expensive cards, and will be available in a number of options depending on customer requirements: a QR5 data card with 210MB data from purchase until midnight; a QR5 Hala Smart Card with 30 local minutes and 200MB promotional data with the calls valid for five days from purchase and the data valid until midnight on the day of purchase; a QR5 Dawli Card with 30 international minutes to India, Nepal (NTC and Ncell), the Philippines (Globe and SmartMobile), Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Indonesia, with validity until midnight on date of purchase; and a QR5 Flexi card with 30 Flexi points.
Ooredoo director PR and Corporate Communications Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi said: “We are delighted to be expanding our prepaid card offering, ensuring our products and services are accessible to all sectors of our community.
“It’s important to us that anyone who wants to use Ooredoo as their telecommunications provider can do so, and we look forward to welcoming many more customers to the Ooredoo family.”
For more information, visit Ooredoo.qa.
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