Sep 15 2012
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STC offers Jood plans with unlimited Internet for SR99
The offer suits everyone in the family and is an added value that accommodates customer needs and demands, giving them a comprehensive list of services including phone and Internet, in addition to other exclusive services offered by STC .
The new initiative offers free calling within STC 's network, in addition to unlimited Internet at competitive prices, considered to be the cheapest sign-up price when subscribing to any of the Jood saving packages. The offer includes phone and Internet services, and a free installation with comfortable maintenance and technical after-sale services.
STC designed Jood packages "Jood 2, Jood 3, Jood 4" to accommodate varying customer demands and needs through introducing a diverse portfolio of "saving keys" along with Jood packages, which gives customers a wide range of options to choose from including unlimited landline and mobile, high speed internet, Quick Net with different capacities, and the interactive Invision service along with its many smart features.
Moreover, STC announced recently many new features to customers establishing a new post-paid line, or upgrading from SAWA or Lana.
Customers will only be charged for the first 2 minutes of a voice call made within STC 's network, consequent minutes are free of charge.
The offer, which started Sept. 1, 2012 is valid every day and lasts for 3 months. In addition, customers receive an Internet bundle of 500MB per month, and a free subscription to "SMS Key" which offers 500 free SMS within the network every month.
The offer comes to reaffirm STC 's commitment to its customers, and to ensure that their demands are met and that they enjoy a smooth connection every day, in addition to continuously offering them new discounts and features.
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