Ooredoo has announced the launch of Qatar’s first virtual store, the ‘Ooredoo Virtual Store’.
Ooredoo has engaged Obsess, a plug and play partner, to create the new virtual store and bring a revolutionary 3D retail experience to customers wherever they are.
The new virtual store, the first such store anywhere in Qatar, offers customers the opportunity to browse and buy Ooredoo products and services as if they were actually in one of the many Ooredoo retail shops in Qatar. Apple, Samsung, and Huawei products, as well as packages, services, and accessories will be available at the virtual store.
The new Ooredoo Virtual Store is 3D, 360°, and interactive, allowing customers to learn about the products and services they are interested in, and fully-integrated with online e-commerce, so they can make purchases for select products and services online.
The new Ooredoo Virtual Store is accessible online from any mobile device, smartphone, tablet, or laptop, as well as a regular desktop computer.
Ooredoo Qatar COO Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi said, “Our digital transformation team has been working tirelessly to bring this revolutionary new digital retail experience to our customers, in line with our goal of complete digitalisation and our aim of complete customer satisfaction.
“While we will always be physically available to our customers via our retail network, live chat and call centre, we know many customers these days do prefer to carry out purchases online and this virtual store gives them the best of both worlds, an experience as close to a physical retail shop as possible but with the convenience of browsing and purchasing wherever they are via their digital device.”
Customers can access the new Ooredoo Virtual Store via www.ooredoo.qa
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