Omantel launches new Hayyak Starter kit

New package from RO 2 ($5)
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Omantel has launched a new Hayyak Starter Kit package. The Hayyak prepaid service enables the customer to be in control of what they spend while enjoying a variety of advance payment methods such as the top-up vouchers or the on-line payment.

For RO 2 ($5), new Hayyak customers can purchase a Hayyak kit that will provide them with RO 2 credit which can be used in local and international voice – video calls, MMS, mobile broadband or friends and family package.

This package is permanently launched for all new Hayyak subscribers including those porting out from other operators.

Commenting on this Shadli Al Abdulsalam senior manager Product Development at Omantel Consumer Unit said: “We are always keen on enriching our customers’ lives with the best offers that allow them to stay connected all the time with their families and loved ones.”

“Moreover, this new Hayyak package gives new subscribers a free credit of 2 RO which is valid for usages like local and international voice – video calls, MMS, mobile broadband or friends and family package. This package is permanently launched for all new Hayyak subscribers including those porting out from other operators,” he added. 

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