Mobily expands its retail reach

Telco continues to open new branches to support growth strategy
KSA, Mobily, Operators Middle East and Africa, Telecoms retail

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Saudi Arabian telco Mobily has expanded its retail presence with five new outlets.

The new outlets are in AlRawdah neighborhood, Abdulrahman alghafgy street in Riyadh, AlBghdadyah neighborhood, South AlMadinah street in Jeddah and Alkhaleej street in AlHafouf.

The operator, which is part of the UAE's Etisalat Group, opened the branches to meet rising demand, according to Mohammed Saad, general manager retail sales, Mobily.

The new branches offer services including bill payment, issuing prepaid and postpaid lines, Raqi package and 3G and 4G broadband, and supplying smart phones.

Mobily said in a statement that one of its key growth strategies in KSA is the expansion of its brances, especially in vital areas with high demand by subscribers.

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