Get Overloaded with Ooredoo's Shababiah Monthly Plans

Making it more exciting, customers can enjoy a whopping 15GB browsing data, unlimited on-net minutes and 150 local minutes or, even better, 32GB, unlimited on-net minutes and 250 local minutes. Now, Shababiah prepaid users can get more out of their packages at a great range of prices, depending on their digital needs

  
Get Overloaded with Ooredoo's Shababiah Monthly Plans

Muscat, Oman: Enriching the digital lives of more and more customers, for the first time in the Sultanate, Ooredoo is offering prepaid Shababiah users an enhanced plan that includes unlimited minutes to Ooredoo and free bonus data all rolled into one. Until 22 March 2021, both new and existing users can sign up to get 4GB and 50 local minutes for OMR 5, or 6GB, unlimited on-net minutes and 100 local minutes for OMR 7. Making it more exciting, customers can enjoy a whopping 15GB browsing data, unlimited on-net minutes and 150 local minutes or, even better, 32GB, unlimited on-net minutes and 250 local minutes. Now, Shababiah prepaid users can get more out of their packages at a great range of prices, depending on their digital needs.

Raed Mohammed Dawood Director of Branding, Communications and Corporate Affairs at Ooredoo said, “We all need to be connected, whether for work, school or even just to stay up to date on social media, and our new, first in the market, enhanced and exciting prepaid bundles can be adapted to suit all kinds of calls and data needs, for whatever our customers’ priorities may be. This is all part of our mission to keep everyone connected.”

A plan designed for all, the monthly prepaid Shababiah plans range fulfil customers’ needs for the internet and voice calls, and now, bonus data and unlimited minutes to the Ooredoo network. Users can enjoy the internet and stay connected with family and friends around the clock without. To subscribe to a desired plan, customers can simply log-in to the award winning Ooredoo Oman app, dial *555*55# or visit any of the 67 Ooredoo stores.

About Ooredoo Oman

Omani Qatari Telecommunications Company SAOG (“Ooredoo”) was founded and registered in the Sultanate of Oman in December 2004. Services were launched its service in March 2005, originally operating under the name Nawras.  As Oman’s data experience leaders, Ooredoo provides individuals and businesses with cutting edge digital products and services, so that customers can enjoy the internet. Ooredoo generated revenues of OMR 285.5 million as of 31 December 2019 and is listed on the Muscat Stock Market (MSM) under the “ORDS” ticker.

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