Qatar based Ooredoo, which operates in many countries comes with an exciting offer to its existing internet subscribers in the Sultanate of Oman. Starting the new year with a bang, Ooredoo has added 50% extra data quota to its existing Fast Home Internet plans for the same price as the current 12 and 24-month contracts. New customers can also now enjoy up to 750GB, and the Company is also introducing a first 1,000 GB package to its two-year contract.
Serving a growing number of customers in areas with no fibre optic connection across the country, Ooredoo’s Fast Home Internet provides a convenient and reliable instant plug-and-play solution to enjoy the internet.
In a press release at the operator’s website, Feras bin Abdallah Al Sheikh, Director of Consumer Sales at Ooredoo, said, “Our Fast Internet Home plans were designed to cater to a very specific customer who is looking to enjoy the internet regardless of where they live. Delivering on our promise to always offer seamless and uninterrupted connectivity, these new plans mean that customers can stream, surf, download and upload for longer, buffer-free at no extra cost and no matter where they are in the Sultanate.”
Customers who sign up to a contract can instantly take advantage of these value-added plans. The 12-month packages include 150 GB for OMR 25, 300 GB for OMR 35 and 600 GB for OMR 50 a month. As for the two year contract, they comprise 250 GB for OMR 25, 450 GB for OMR 35, 750 GB for OMR 50 and for the first time 1,000 GB for OMR 100 monthly. Subscribers on a 12-month contract will also enjoy 200 national fixed minutes, while those signing up for a 24-month contract will receive 500 national fixed minutes. Making sure users never lose their data allowance, Ooredoo also provides free data rollover to all its Fast Home Internet customers.
Ooredoo QSC, formerly Qtel is an international telecommunications company headquartered in Doha, Qatar. Ooredoo provides mobile, wireless, wireline, and content services with market share in domestic and international telecommunication markets, and in business and residential markets. It is one of the world’s largest mobile telecommunications companies, with over 114 million customers worldwide as of September 2015. 68% of Ooredoo is owned by the State of Qatar. Ooredoo has operations in the Middle East, Europe, and Asia, including Algeria, Indonesia, Iraq, Kuwait, Myanmar, Maldives, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, and Tunisia.
OMR = Omani Riyal