Mobilk - Giving customers fantastic value data services, Ooredoo has launched ‘Freedom to Roam’ for those travelling abroad. On reaching a threshold of OMR 24 on pay-as-you-go data, customers will automatically be subscribed to Ooredoo’s monthly Passport World bundle, which offers a generous 2GB data as well as 30 minutes for incoming, local and home calls. Travellers no longer need to worry about unexpected bills and can stay connected with confidence.
Passport World covers most of the world’s top travel destinations and customers can check out the list of countries through the Ooredoo app, quickly and easily, by heading to the ‘Roaming’ section.
“Our Passport bundles offer amazing value for money and are easy to use, meaning that everybody gets to enjoy worry-free holiday data roaming,” said Feras bin Abdallah al Shaikh, Consumer Director at Ooredoo. Over the years, we’ve noticed that many people forget or don’t sign up to a roaming package when they travel, and end up incurring high roaming charges. With Freedom to Roam, we are helping them avoid this by offering a threshold after which we will automatically switch them to Passport, with the full benefits of the monthly bundle.”
Specially designed for global holidaymakers, Passport World offers affordable and convenient voice and data roaming bundles most of the world’s top travel destinations, including the United Kingdom, Turkey, Spain, South Africa, Italy, the Netherlands, Brazil and Greece.
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