Ooredoo has announced that it has expanded its Shop on Wheels fleet with the addition of a new Mini Shop on Wheels.
Designed to ensure that the telecommunications operator can reach even more of its customers, the Mini Shop on Wheels will offer customers all regular Ooredoo services normally available in shops, without them needing to leave their homes, the company has said in a statement.
The Mini Shop on Wheels joins the existing fleet of two Shop on Wheels vehicles, which are already busy serving customers around Doha, with plans in the pipeline to expand the fleet further in the coming months.
The new Mini Shop on Wheels will also serve customers at outdoor events organised within Qatar.
Sabah Rabiah al-Kuwari, director of PR at Ooredoo, said: “The aim of our Shop on Wheels fleet is for us to be able to reach as many of our customers as possible, something which has been challenging in recent months.
“We know many customers are located in remote areas which may not have an Ooredoo shop nearby, and also that movement restrictions may be affecting their ability to visit us. We’re committed to complete customer satisfaction, and we look forward to serving our customers from the new Mini Shop on Wheels very soon.”
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