New partners make Ooredoo’s Nojoom ‘better than ever before’
January 14 2020 09:22 PM

Ooredoo highlighted on Tuesday new partners for its Nojoom reward programme, which means customers get greater choice and flexibility from the programme than ever before.

Nojoom, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2019, was designed to reward Ooredoo customers for their loyalty to the company, and enable them to access a wide variety of rewards with an extensive network of partners.

The programme allows customers to earn points for all their spends on Ooredoo products and services, as well as earning points when they spend with a network of quality partners from a range of over 250 leisure and lifestyle brands, restaurants, supermarkets, hotels, retail outlets, electronics, insurance, and banks, as well as service providers, including travel agencies, car rental agencies, medical providers, and more.

Points earned can then be redeemed for Ooredoo post-paid and pre-paid product rewards or with the same network of partners for a selection of rewards, including dining, retail and entertainment vouchers. A range of denominations are available.

Recent additions to the Nojoom network include Qatar Insurance Company, Bawadi Perfumes, and Trans Orient Services mean yet more potential for customers to earn points and enjoy rewards.

Significantly, the new tie-up with Ooredoo’s longstanding charity partner, Qatar Cancer Society, means customers can also now choose to use their points to support good causes if they so choose.

As with many rewards programmes, Nojoom membership is tiered starting with Red, then Silver, and Gold; customers earn points according to their tier and the higher the tier the greater the earning potential.

Speaking of the programme, Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi, director, PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo, said: “We recognise our customers are incredibly loyal to us, our products and our services, and we’re committed to recognising this loyalty and rewarding our customers wherever and whenever we can.

“We’re constantly exploring the market to look for new, suitable partners for our network, so our customers have the most opportunities to earn points and the best selection of rewards from which to choose.”

She added: “We know some also want to use their points to benefit others in the community, and the addition of Qatar Cancer Society means they can now do this via Nojoom. We’re grateful to our customers for their loyalty as always, and we’re sure they’ll continue to find the Nojoom programme as rewarding as it’s intended to be.”

Customers who are not yet Nojoom members can sign up online at, via the Ooredoo App or at any Ooredoo shop around town. Full details of the programme can be found at

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