STC unveils new packages for customers in Saudi Arabia

Four new postpaid packages to choose from.
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STC has unveiled a bevy of new postpaid packages for customers in Saudi Arabia.

The telco has released no fewer than four new packages, allowing customers to choose which features they'd prefer. Options include family discounts for multiple users, contract lengths, phones included (such as Huawei Mate 20 128GB, Samsung Galaxy S9+ 64GB and iPhone X 256 GB), international roaming, TV services (STC's Jawwy TV app), and more.

The announcement of the postpaid deals comes on the heels of a number of announcements by the Saudi company. Earlier, it announced the promotion of a number of new executives, and a deal for providing a first-of-its-kind radiography platform at King Fahd Hospital in Medina.

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