Omantel launches plan for Hajj pilgrims

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Omantel has announced the launch of of its Jawazak Hajj plan for customers travelling to Saudi Arabia for Hajj.

According to Musbah Madi, senior manager for segment management at Omantel's Consumer Business Unit, the offer is valid for 10 days, and coms with a 3GB data bundle and 100 minutes of calling. It is priced at RO12.

“At Omantel, our goal has always been to serve our loyal customers better with valuable offerings," said Madi. "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."

All prepaid and postpaid customers can subscribe to the bundle by sending an SMS witht the message "J: to 91199.

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