Mobily to provide its complete suite of services at Saudi airports

Operator wants to enhance its accessibility to its customers across all touch points
Athbi Al-Aqeel, acting executive general manager retail, Mobily (Image source: Saudi Gazette)
Athbi Al-Aqeel, acting executive general manager retail, Mobily (Image source: Saudi Gazette)

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Mobily will providing its services across the Kingdom’s airports in line with its customer experience strategy and expansion program, as reported by Arab News. The company's target is to make its products and services accessible to all its customers across various touch points.

Athbi Al-Aqeel, acting executive general manager retail, said that Mobily branches at airports will provide voice and data services in addition to roaming activation, postpaid payment services, and authentication of fingerprints for passengers arriving from other countries. He added: "That confirms Mobily’s leadership in the region,”

Mobily outlets in King Khalid International Airport (KKA), Riyadh, are located in Terminals 1 and 5. The operator also has outlets in Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz International Airport in Madinah, King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah and King Fahd International Airport (KFIA) in Dammam. The airport outlets work round the clock.

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