Ooredoo unveils new Shahry promotion
March 18 2019 12:46 AM
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Ooredoo announced yesterday a generous offer for both new and existing Shahry customers upgrading their packs, offering them better value for money than ever before as part of the company’s latest campaign, ‘Shahry Gives You More’.
Both new customers signing up for a Shahry postpaid pack and existing customers wishing to upgrade their packs to a higher option will get double their data allowance for free.
Customers who sign up to or upgrade to Shahry 100 will enjoy 30GB extra data over six months and customers who sign up to or upgrade to Shahry 150 will enjoy 48GB data extra over six months, while those who sign up to or upgrade to Shahry 200 will enjoy 72GB extra data over six months, as well as clients who sign up to or upgrade to Shahry 250 will enjoy 90GB extra data over six months.
For both new and existing customers, the free data will be given automatically, and immediately for new customers, as well as from the next bill cycle for existing customers upgrading their packs. 
Customers will also still be able to access all the benefits already associated with Shahry packs: free subscription to on-demand channel StarzPlay, free subscription to the UrbanPoint app, and automatic membership of reward programme Nojoom. 
Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi, director of PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo, said: “We know value for money is a key priority for our customers and we’re always looking for ways we can make our products and services the best value possible. This new promotion will mean Shahry customers will be able to surf the Supernet for longer and for less, which is perfectly in line with our commitment to maximising customer satisfaction. 
“Also, giving our customers extra Nojoom points will mean access to more rewards more quickly. We hope our Shahry customers, both existing and new, will make the most of these amazing new offers.”



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