K. Male' | Zunana Zalif | 07-May-2018 | Monday 20:30 | zunana | Business | 1,084
Ooredoo has kicked off a campaign for their recently introduced Postpaid Packages.
Ooredoo had opened installment offers for popular smartphones for customers who choose their postpaid packages.
These range from the latest smartphones to affordable smartphones that are priced at just MVR 100.
Ooredoo has also said that many exceptional and beneficial services will be made available through Ooredoo Club Premier to their postpaid customers.
These services include Life Insurance which was established jointly with Allied Insurance to bring customers this service within this month as well as Priority Pass Membership which carries access to over 1000 airport lounges in different parts of the world for free.
"Ooredoo always works to bring exceptional changes to services provided to customers. Our latest postpaid packages are the most ideal packages in the Maldives. These packages have been made in accordance to all customer requirements. They include a huge data allowance with unlimited calls and texts" said Dhiyana Afeef, Manager of Postpaid Business at Ooredoo.
Dhiyana added that "additional benefits are included for customers who use these packages. These benefits include getting the latest smartphones under ooredoo's instalment scheme, getting life insurance and receiving exceptional discounts from world renowned brands as well as popular outlets of Maldives"
Ooredoo's postpaid packages comes with the ideal benefits at the lowest prices in market.
As such, postpaid customers receive unlimited call, SMS and Data access through the only 4G+ network within reach.
Further information regarding this campaign can be acquired through their official website.
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