Ooredoo’s free data offer to celebrate the upcoming Qatar National Day (QND) has been updated and improved to give customers even more value, it was announced yesterday.
From today and until Wednesday, customers using their augmented reality cameras on the Ooredoo app to scan the relevant Ooredoo advertisements will receive a full 1GB of data free, and can double their data with an extra 1GB by redeeming 200 Nojoom points.
All that the customers will need to do is watch out for the augmented reality compatible advertisement, use the augmented reality camera – available in the newest version of Ooredoo App- to scan the artwork on it and the 1GB free data will then be added immediately to their accounts.
Augmented reality is an interactive experience of a real-world environment where objects residing in the real world are enhanced, or augmented, by computer-generated perceptual information such as animation, on any screen or device.
Unlike virtual reality, where the user is immersed in a completely created environment, augmented reality combines both the real world and the computer-generated enhancements.
Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi, director PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo, said of the offer: “We know our customers will be celebrating Qatar National Day and to help them get the best from their celebrations, we’re pleased to extend and improve our offer. We hope they’ll enjoy using our new augmented reality technology to access this great deal.”
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