Nawras launches ‘More Internet’

Customers can receive the value of their recharge
Customer, Nawras, Prepaid, Telecoms


Nawras has launched ‘More Internet’ to give prepaid customers additional mobile internet allowances with every recharge of RO 1 ($2.60), 2, 5 or 10.

For the next three months, heavy mobile data users can opt for ‘More Internet’ services to stay connected to friends and family, keep in touch on social media and download apps, according to the company.

Customers can opt in to the new service and receive either the value of their recharge (valid for 180 days) or the bonus mobile data allowance to use within a shorter time period. Recharges of RO 1 will give customers 150 MB of mobile data to be used within 10 days, recharges of RO 2 offer an increased allowance of 750 MB, which is valid for 10 days, customers recharging with RO 5 can receive 2 GB of mobile data to be used within 20 days and customers recharging with RO 10 will be eligible to receive 5 GB of mobile data valid for 25 days.

Feras Al Shaikh, director of consumer sales, said: “Nawras already offers great value prepaid service and our new ‘More Internet’ promotion reinforces our commitment to provide innovative solutions that our customers value. We have been closely monitoring the communication services usage of our customers and over 65% of our prepaid customers use mobile broadband from Nawras. We therefore wanted to further reward them by giving them ability to maximise their digital experience.” 

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