Ooredoo Oman launches loyalty programme for business customers

Companies can earn Nojoom points and redeem them for various services
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Ooredoo Oman has launched its Nojoom Business Points loyalty programme. Designed to reward business customers with more value, the programme will provide companies of all sizes with a seamless way to earn Nojoom Business points and redeem them for a number of services, including handsets, data, SMS, international and local voice calls bundles.

Under the Nojoom Business loyalty programme, points are accumulated based on payments and recharges with points awarded for every Rial spent.

Saied Sadiq Mohammed, director of business marketing at Ooredoo, said: “We are committed to providing our business customers with not only best-in-class tailored solutions, but with superior added value that takes their end-to-end experience to new heights. Nojoom Business Points fulfils that promise by offering businesses in Oman with a service that combines value for money with the reliable connectivity associated with our name.”

He added: “Alongside the ability to gain points with every Rial spent, telco managers also have the opportunity to redeem points for the company to obtain a Gold Card that grants them membership to the ‘Ooredoo Business Club’, the Sultanate’s first telecommunications loyalty club tailored to business community.”

Ooredoo has also revamped its Shahry Business Packs and introduced the Business Reach Mobile solution to inspire entrepreneurs in the Sultanate.

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