Ooredoo launches new low-cost international calling card

Dawli QR 5 allows expats to call for 30 minutes to certain countries
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Ooredoo has launched the new Dawli QR 5 international calling card, said to be the company’s lowest ever international calling top-up option for Hala customers. This top up enables expats to call home for 30 minutes to India, Nepal, the Philippines, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Indonesia.

Calls to Nepal will be valid for Nepal Telecom numbers only and calls to the Philippines will be valid for Globe Network numbers only. Dawli QR 5 International Calling Card minutes will be valid for use on the day of activation only.

More information on Dawli international calling cards can be found at https://www.ooredoo.qa/portal/OoredooQatar/hala-international.

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