Nawras to rebrand to Ooredoo

Operator to be rebranded by the end of the year
Greg Young, CEO of Nawras.
Greg Young, CEO of Nawras.

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Nawras has announced that it will rebrand to Ooredoo by the end of this year. Ooredoo Group connects over 95 million customers across 15 countries in the Middle East, North Africa and South-East Asia.

H.E. Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud Al Thani, Chairman Ooredoo Group, commented: “This is an exciting moment for the entire Ooredoo family as we welcome one of our most innovative operators to the new brand. Communications in Oman have developed rapidly and will now enter a new chapter as we work together to deliver the best end-to-end service quality to our customers.”

Sayyid Amjad Mohammed Al Busaidi, Nawras chairman said: “This is an exciting time and a strategic step forward for our company. With this rebrand, we will continue our commitment to provide the best value to our customers and invest in the best available technology.”

Greg Young, CEO of Nawras, said: “The transition to Ooredoo marks the next step in our evolution as a leading telecommunications provider. As we move into an increasingly digital world, the alignment with the global Group means we can share best practices from other markets while maintaining our strong customer focus. This next important step for us under Ooredoo’s global vision will enrich the customer experience through stronger communication and advanced technologies.” 

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