Ooredoo has announced a new promotion for its business customers, offering them extra benefits with its popular Aamali Mobile postpaid plans.
Business customers will be able to take advantage of a range of benefits, depending on their Aamali plan, including extra voice calls, extra data, extra international calls, and lower rental rates.
The new promotion will run from February 7 until May 7, 2021, and the additional benefits will be applied to their Aamali accounts for a period of 12 months.
Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad bin Nasser al-Thani, chief business officer at Ooredoo, said: “We’re delighted to be offering our business customers more value for their money with our latest promotion on Aamali plans.
“We know that finding communication solutions that fit business needs is a huge priority, and naturally business owners place great importance on operating as efficiently as possible.”
He added: “The vast choice available with Aamali Mobile plans means that customers can find the plan that best suits their business needs, with this new promotion adding even more value for their money.”
Business customers can find full details of the available Aamali Mobile plans and the extra promotional benefits being offered with each plan at ooredoo.qa or by calling 800 8000.
Business customers can leverage the Ooredoo Advantage, making Ooredoo ‘Best for Business’, thanks to its breadth and depth of talent, best fixed and mobile networks, broadest portfolio of ICT services and solutions, and trusted partner for 60 years, according to a statement.
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