Cashback rewards offer for Ooredoo Money customers
March 15 2019 01:19 AM
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New Ooredoo Money customers who send funds through MoneyGram, Aldar Exchange or Ooredoo Exchange will enjoy up to QR25 instant fee cashback rewards, it was announced yesterday.  
Any Ooredoo customer who subscribes to Ooredoo Money and sends money using an international money transfer option for the first time will enjoy instant cashback of up to QR15 of their transaction fee. 
Customers will also enjoy a QR5 instant cashback each for the second and third transactions, respectively. Also, customers will enjoy a QR5 cashback for every international money transfer after 60 days. This will enable Ooredoo Money customers to try the service for free in most of the countries. 
The new offer has been designed to encourage more people to use Ooredoo’s secure, instant money transfer services with MoneyGram. 
To send money, Ooredoo customers must register for an Ooredoo Wallet via the USSD menu (*140#) or the “Ooredoo Money” app.  
The Ooredoo Money app is available via the Apple App Store and Google Play store and has seven language options (English, Arabic, Hindi, Malayalam, Bengali, Tagalog and Nepali). 
Customers can deposit money into their mobile wallet from any of over 200 Ooredoo Self-Service Machines (SSMs) all across Qatar, through any Ooredoo Shops or partner outlets or even transfer money directly from any bank account in Qatar to their wallet.
As well as instant money transfer to 200 countries with MoneyGram, Ooredoo Money customers can also send money to any international bank accounts via Aldar or Ooredoo Exchange in selected countries. Ooredoo Money can also be used to send money locally to any mobile wallet or QNB bank account, make a Hala Top-Up, pay Shahry bills, purchase data, Dawli cards, pay DPS School fees, and much more.  
It can also be used to recharge any international prepaid mobile number in over 100 countries, or purchase Data’s Bundle or even pay DTH/other bills in selected countries including India, Bangladesh, and the Philippines.




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