Ooredoo has announced the launch of the “world’s first” commercial mobile data plan management system that integrates with Google Assistant.
Using the Mobile Data Plan management system, Ooredoo’s prepaid Hala customers can “quickly and easily” check and recharge their prepaid mobile data, while postpaid customers can buy add-ons to their postpaid plans, the company has said in a statement.
Hala and Shahry customers with Android smartphones “can conveniently” use voice commands with Google Assistant or the settings on their Android phones.
Providing a new level of customer convenience, Ooredoo will automatically notify Hala customers when they are about to run out of mobile data, the statement notes.
Ooredoo Qatar initially made the Mobile Data Plan announcement at Mobile World Congress, when the service was in beta testing mode. The company also had the service on display at the recent Qitcom 2019 event. The Mobile Data Plan is now live for Android smartphone customers across the country, and for any visitors who sign up for Ooredoo services.
Talking about the new feature, Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi, chief operating officer at Ooredoo Qatar, said: “Ooredoo’s world-first commercial launch of the Mobile Data Plan management system is in response to demands from our customers who need to quickly and easily check and recharge their mobile data while on the go.
“Joining forces with Google is part of Ooredoo’s goals of leveraging the latest smartphone innovations to enhance our customer experiences, and to elevate our global leadership in providing data experiences.”
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