Ooredoo, Qatar’s leading telecommunications operator, has announced a new promotion in celebration of the start of the 2020/2021 camping season.
Ooredoo is offering entertainment benefits as well as discounts on plan prices with its Data SIM 5G plans, according to a statement.
New customers who subscribe to one of Ooredoo’s Data SIM 5G L, XL or MAX plans will get access to premium entertainment benefits where they can get subscriptions as a gift to one of the following content providers; Netflix, OSN Streaming loaded with Disney+ and HBO, STARZ PLAY, or beIN CONNECT. On top of that customers will also get 20% off the plan price for three months if they purchase their Data SIM 5G via the Ooredoo eShop.
Customers need simply log in to their Ooredoo App to view and choose their preferred entertainment benefit, and redeem the offer. Plan price discounts will be applied automatically.
Customers can also get the new 5G device, the Netgear Nighthawk M5, which features an intuitive touch screen and parental access controls. The device can be managed via the Netgear mobile app through which you can view connection status, settings and data usage using a smartphone or tablet. Customers can get the device via the Ooredoo eShop.
Sabah Rabiah al-Kuwari, director PR at Ooredoo, said: “Our beautiful country is full of incredible sites just perfect for camping, and the cooler weather means we can now get outdoors and enjoy them. Our Data SIM 5G plans already represent excellent value for money with awesome service, and adding world-class entertainment benefits with plan price discounts only makes them even more appealing. We hope everyone takes the time to enjoy the best of the camping season, enhanced by this latest offer from Ooredoo.”
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