Ooredoo has announced that it will expand its postpaid tariffs with new and innovative features that will make them at a better price than ever.
As a one-time move in the region, Ooredoo’s postpaid customers will receive free access to the WhatsApp app from February 1, 2022, so that they can stay in touch with friends and family without consuming data from their tariff data allowances. In addition, the fees will be adjusted and most postpaid packages will be enhanced for the benefit of customers with many benefits that are appropriate to their use of the package.
Some customers get unlimited WhatsApp and free extra international minutes while others get unlimited WhatsApp, free extra international minutes and local dates, entertainment content and lifestyle benefits from a variety of options including Shahid VIP, OSN, Urban Point and others.
Sabah Rabiah Al-Kuwari – Director PR at Ooredoo – said: “We are delighted to be the first company in the region to offer unlimited WhatsApp use with our postpaid tariffs. We know that keeping in touch with friends and family is very important to our customers and that WhatsApp is the most popular app for that, so we wanted to make this possible. We are working hard to achieve total customer satisfaction as part of our corporate strategy, and this new initiative is in line with both of these goals. “
“We have informed our customers about the new updates via SMS so that they have enough time to choose the tariffs that suit them according to their needs and preferences before the changes come into effect from February. We have already started reducing the number of packages in line with the market and adding more features at competitive prices to a plan aimed at maximum customer satisfaction. The reduction in the number of packages offers additional added value and enables customers to easily choose between packages, which has proven itself through practice in the telecommunications market worldwide, and we for our part are trying to implement this important and distinctive criterion, ”he added.