Omantel launches special mobile plan for Hajj pilgrims

Priced at $31, the plan comes with free minutes and a data bundle.
Customers can use free minutes in receiving calls from any country around the world while they are in Saudi Arabia.
Customers can use free minutes in receiving calls from any country around the world while they are in Saudi Arabia.

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Omantel has launched  Jawazak Hajj plan for customers travelling to Saudi Arabia to perform Hajj. 

Said Salim Al-Shanfari, general manager, consumer marketing said: "The plan which is valid for 10 days is priced at RO12($31) and comes with a 2GB data bundle and 100 minutes of calls. These minutes include incoming calls, and outgoing calls within Saudi Arabia and to Oman. Customers can use free minutes in receiving calls from any country around the world while they are in Saudi Arabia". 

“At Omantel, our goal has always been to serve our loyal customers better with valuable offerings. All customers on the holy journey to perform Hajj now have an affordable option to stay connected with their loved ones back home in Oman. With the Jawazak Hajj plan, we make sure our customers are always connected. This bundle is one of many options that are available for our customers. Jawazak Hajj bundle is available from 17th August 2017 until 12th of September 2017, it can be used with all operators in Saudi Arabia” Al Shanfari added.

In coordination with the Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs, Omantel has also distributed giveaways that include umbrellas, medical masks and fabric bags to hold essentials while performing Hajj.

 

 

 

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