Zain Kuwait offers new postpaid roaming packages

Zain has increased the number of countries to roam
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Zain Kuwait has announced the introduction of new Internet roaming services for postpaid customers in more countries and with additional capacities.

Customers who travel across the GCC can use Zain’s Internet roaming rates with additional capacities. This package allows them 300MB of Internet capacity for just KD 7. Customers will have to activate the service and select the appropriate network in the corresponding country to start enjoying the new capacities.

The company offers 100MB of Internet capacity access for KD 7 in 29 countries globally, including Albania, Australia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Spain, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, France, Canada, Turkey, South Africa, Untied States of America, United Kingdom, Austria, Poland, Croatia, South Korea, Morocco, Ghana, China, Malaysia, and New Zealand.

To activate the service, customers can send a text message with “DATA ON” to 99990 or call Zain’s contact centre on 107 to use the new Internet roaming service. After activation, customers can choose the operator manually within the given countries. 

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