Ooredoo has announced a promotion for new customers when they sign up for new Shahry and Qatarna 5G plans via the Ooredoo eShop.
In order to encourage customers to experience just how quick, easy and efficient it is to use its digital channels, and further support the #StayHomeWithOoredoo campaign, Ooredoo is offering all new customers who sign up to a new Shahry 5G or Qatarna 5G plan via the eShop 20% off on the regular monthly plan price for six months, the company has said in a statement.
The promotion, which will run until July 23, is valid for all new Shahry and Qatarna 5G packs and means new customers signing up for a new Shahry 5G S pack will pay QR88 per month instead of the regular price of QR110, while customers choosing a Shahry 5G XL pack will pay QR220 instead of QR275.
Customers opting for Qatarna 5G Silver will pay QR304 per month instead of QR380, and new Qatarna 5G Platinum packs will cost QR680 per month instead of QR850.
Both new Shahry 5G and Qatarna 5G plans will come with entertainment and lifestyle benefits; Shahry customers can choose one subscription from STARZ PLAY and ErosNow, as well as Urban Point, while Qatarna customers can choose from beIN CONNECT, STARZ PLAY and Urban Point. Customers can also access Netflix via their smartphones and have their Netflix subscriptions added to their Ooredoo bills.
Speaking of the new promotion, Sabah Rabiah al-Kuwari – director PR at Ooredoo – said: “Staying at home is the best way we can keep ourselves, our families and our communities safe during this challenging time. We’re pleased to be able to offer our customers a quick, easy and efficient way to subscribe to our great new Shahry 5G and Qatarna 5G plans via digital channels, allowing them to access essentials they need without having to leave the house. This promotion will give customers even greater value for money; something we all appreciate, especially now.”
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