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Tunisiana adopts Ooredoo brand

Monday 28 April 2014 | 12:46 CET | News
Ooredoo announced that its Tunisian operations have fully adopted the global Ooredoo brand, as the company continues to roll out the brand across the MENA region and South East Asia. Ooredoo's Tunisian operations join colleagues in Qatar, Algeria, the Maldives and Myanmar in deploying the Ooredoo brand, following the global brand launch in February 2013. In Tunisia, the company adopted the new brand virtually overnight, transforming all customer touch points including all the direct channels across the country, and plans to complete the rebranding of all third-party shops in just four weeks.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ooredoo / Tunisiana
Countries: Tunisia
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