Mobilk - With Hajj season approaching, Ooredoo has introduced a new Hajj Passport offer for customers travelling to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for pilgrimage. For just OMR 10, travellers can rest assured that they will stay connected with their families back home during their 10 day trip, with a generous 2GB data and 100 voice minutes, including local and received calls as well as calls to Oman.
Feras bin Abdullah Al Shaikh, Director of Consumer Sales at Ooredoo, said: “Hajj is a very spiritual and important journey in one’s life. We are always proud to be part of the sharing of this experience. This year, we have looked at how we can make our offer even better and more valuable to customers, therefore, we increased both our data and minutes allowances, so their trip remains worry-free. Our Ooredoo Passport Hajj bundle has been designed to allow travellers to stay connected with their loved ones without going through the hassle of buying a new SIM card or running out of data and minutes,”
Committed to supporting worthy initiatives which give back to local communities, Ooredoo is also teaming up with the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Awqaf on a variety of Hajj-related CSR activities.
Customers can easily subscribe to the Ooredoo Passport Hajj bundle through the Ooredoo Oman App. Alternatively they can subscribe by dialling *141*95# for Shahry users or *141*94# for Mousbak. Shahry customers can also check their data use while travelling by dialling *141*88# while Mousbak users can dial *141*77#.
For more information on the new Ooredoo Passport Hajj bundle or any of the company’s Hajj-related services and activities visit www.ooredoo.om
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