Ooredoo has confirmed that Ghasham International RP Tech has joined the Ooredoo Money network of premium dealers, in addition to the existing Jumbo Electronics, Starlink, and Al Anees.
This means that Ooredoo Money customers can now use selective branches of all four dealers to carry out Ooredoo Money transactions.
Selected branches of Ghasham International RP Tech, Jumbo Electronics, Starlink, and Al Anees have been set up to provide customers with the services they need, including loading cash into their mWallets or registering recipient details for sending money home.
Once registered and with a balance in their mWallets, customers will be able to send money home to more than 200 countries.
Ooredoo Money is the most convenient way for customers to easily access everyday financial transactions, such as sending money home, topping up Ooredoo prepaid mobile accounts and depositing cash to their mWallets or even topping up prepaid mobile number in over 140 countries, purchasing data bundles or paying their DTH bills.
The service is simple, secure, and offers some of the lowest fees and best exchange rates in Qatar, and partners include the world’s most renowned money transfer companies, such as MoneyGram and local exchange house partners like Al Dar Exchange.
Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi, director, PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo, said: “We’re very happy to expand our money services providers’ network, with the latest addition of Ghasham International. This will make it even easier for our customers to access our services wherever and whenever they need.”
For more information on Ooredoo Mobile Money and other Ooredoo products and services, visit ooredoo.qa
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