Ooredoo has announced that customers can now purchase Data SIM cards via the Ooredoo eShop and have them delivered direct to their doorstep free of charge.
Customers can choose the Data SIM 5G plan that best suits their needs, whether S, M, L, XL or MAX, with plans starting from QR100 per month, and enjoy free home delivery, enabling them to shop from the safety of their homes, the company has said in a statement.
Customers ordering their Data SIM via the Ooredoo eShop and signing up for a Data SIM 5G S or M plan will not only get their Data SIM delivered to their doorstep free of charge, but they will also get their data allowance doubled for three months, the statement noted.
The new promotion is valid for Data SIMs ordered via the eShop with Data SIM 5G S or M plans, and is available until November 23.
Sabah Rabiah al-Kuwari, director of PR at Ooredoo, said: “Customer demand for data has never been higher, with many of us reliant on the Internet for work, education and socialising. Having access to a fast, reliable network is more important than ever, so we’re delighted to be able to offer our customers quick and easy access to our awesome Data SIM and the Data SIM 5G plans, with free delivery so they can stay safe at home.
“Complete customer satisfaction is a key goal at Ooredoo, and this new promotion both gives our customers access to a fast, reliable network and gives them even better value for their money.”
Customers can subscribe to Data SIM packs at http://ore.do/data-sim.
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