Ooredoo on Saturday announced that it has reached a milestone of 500,000 mobile postpaid customers.
The latest figures show some 500,000 customers have a mobile postpaid plan with Ooredoo, and the operator credits the huge expansion in its mobile postpaid customer base to its new 5G plans launched in December 2019.
Some 200,000 customers have already signed up to a new 5G plan, with many more being attracted by the many benefits each day, Ooredoo has said in a statement.
All customers signing up for a new 5G plan can take advantage of a choice of entertainment and lifestyle benefits: free access to premium football on beIN CONNECT; Hollywood, Disney and Marvel movies on STARZ PLAY; Bollywood movies and shows on ErosNow; and two-for-one offers across Qatar and the region with Urban Point.
Ooredoo’s latest partnership, with entertainment giant Netflix, also means Qatarna customers can access all the newest movies and shows via the free six-month subscription to Netflix on offer with their plan.
Alongside the entertainment and lifestyle advantages, customers can also adapt their new Shahry 5G and Qatarna 5G plans to suit their needs; all plans give access to a range of Add-ons that mean customers can choose to add extra data or minutes, depending on their preference and usage, to their plans quickly and easily.
Sabah Rabiah al-Kuwari, director of PR at Ooredoo, said: “We’re delighted to see the impact our recently launched 5G plans have had on our mobile postpaid customer base, and proud to note we’ve reached the milestone half-a-million mark. We meticulously designed the plans to offer maximum benefit to our customers, and it’s immensely rewarding to see how well they’ve been received in the market.
"Now, more than ever, it’s so important for us to ensure we’re offering what our customers want and need, and these figures show we’re doing just that.”
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