Ooredoo has announced that its Salwa Road branch has reopened to customers following refurbishment.
The shop was officially reopened yesterday with a ceremony attended by senior representatives of Ooredoo, including chief consumer officer Fatima Sultan al-Kuwari. Customers will be able to access all regular services they expect from the retail network, as well as self-service machines to enable them to carry out transactions digitally themselves, the company has said in a statement. The Ooredoo team is ready to provide all standard services to customers at the shop.
Al-Kuwari said: “We’re delighted to have reopened the Salwa Road shop, giving us yet another option via which to provide service to our customers. While we’re committed to our aim of complete digitalisation, we recognise it’s important for us to be available to our customers wherever and whenever they need us, and we look forward to helping them with all their telecommunications needs at the reopened Salwa Road shop and of course via all our other channels.”
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