Ooredoo announced yesterday a new offer for mobile broadband customers in time for the camping season. The new promotion will see customers who enjoy camping being able to stay connected via Ooredoo’s mobile broadband services.
Customers buying an M1 or M2 router and signing up or upgrading to Ooredoo’s Mobile Broadband Unlimited Max package will get 10% off the monthly subscription for six months, or a QR50 discount off the regular price of QR500 per month.
They will also get a free one-year beIN CONNECT subscription and a free subscription to Starz Play and, if they are an Ooredoo ONE customer, a free subscription to the Ooredoo TV app.
To ensure all new mobile broadband customers are getting a great deal, Ooredoo is also offering a 10% discount on monthly subscription costs for all Unlimited Mobile Broadband packages for six months, even without purchase of the router; MBB Unlimited Lite customers will get QR25 off the regular price of QR250, MBB Unlimited Standard customers will get QR35 off the regular price of QR350, and MBB Unlimited MAX customers will get QR50 off the regular price of QR500.
Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi, director, PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo, said: “We’re coming into a lovely time of year, and we know many of our customers like to spend time camping at our beautiful sites around the country.
“We also know that staying connected even when camping is a huge priority, as is great value for money, so we’re excited to offer this new promotion allowing our customers to ensure they can still surf the Supernet and stay in touch with friends and family for less.”
The camping season promotion is available through Ooredoo shops. Offers are valid until January 30, 2020.
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