Ooredoo launched ‘My Offer’ service for prepaid customers, which recommends specific products based on customers’ usage patterns. Ooredoo also offers reward-based data packages and other smartphone plans. The company will provide 3G and 4G LTE mobile broadband networks in the region.
Kuwait was the latest country to adopt the Ooredoo brand, after the launches in Qatar, Algeria, Tunisia and the Maldives. According to the company, these countries have experienced “tangible improvements in their services resulting from the arrival of the Ooredoo brand”.
As part of the celebration of the launch in Kuwait, Ooredoo held a special VIP ceremony, attended by ministers, dignitaries, key customers and partners, which was opened by HE Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud Al Thani, Chairman of Ooredoo.
H.E. Sheikh Abdullah said: “The roll-out of Ooredoo in Kuwait has been a major success. Ooredoo is looking to take the lead in all our markets, offering best-in-class data and digital services, and delivering the full benefits of 4G and Fibre solutions for businesses and consumers. By bringing our Kuwait team closer to the whole Ooredoo family of operations, we are able to leverage significant economies of scale and shared resources – and ensure that the benefits are passed on to our customers.”
Abdulaziz Fakhroo, general manager and CEO in Kuwait, stated: “Our customers are already beginning to see the results with the recognition from independent sources that we have the best network in the country. The arrival of Ooredoo further enables us to deliver the digital services that will transform every aspect of our customer’s daily lives.”