Ooredoo has announced a new offer for its new Shahry customers to give them more for their money this summer.
Customers subscribing to Shahry plans will get a host of benefits, including free data, extra international minutes, and free access to awesome entertainment and discounts in the country.
New customers with any Shahry plan will be able to benefit from the summer promotion: Shahry 100 customers currently getting 5Gb data and 25 international minutes will get an extra 30Gb data free, plus 150 international minutes free over six months, while Shahry 150 customers currently getting 8Gb data and 50 international minutes will get an extra 60G data free, plus 300 international minutes free over six months.
Also, Shahry 200 customers currently getting 12Gb data and 75 international minutes will get an extra 72Gb free, and 450 international minutes free over six months, while
Shahry 250 customers currently getting 15Gb data and 100 international minutes will get an extra 120Gb data free, and 600 international minutes free over six months. Customers with all Shahry plans will also get free subscriptions to Starz Play and Urban Point.
Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi, director of PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo, said: “This new summer offer will ensure our customers can stay connected to the Supernet for longer for less, and stay in touch with family and friends over the summer. They’ll also be able to access quality entertainment, as well as saving even more money with the Urban Point app, both of which we’re sure they’ll enjoy and make the most of.”
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