Ooredoo Qatar launches new automatic data bundles

Wednesday 28 February 2018 | 14:29 CET | News
Ooredoo Qatar announced the launch of new service pricing designed to enable Ooredoo customers to enjoy the internet without the worry of bill shock. For post-paid customers who are roaming, Ooredoo has made the Ooredoo Passport automatic. Moving forward, when Ooredoo customers spend QAR 100 on out-of-bundle roaming in a Passport country, it will activate a Passport with 1 GB and 100 minutes at no extra charge.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ooredoo Qatar
Countries: Qatar
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