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Innovative new offer from Nawras gives customers free international calling minutes

by david.nunes

Innovative new offer from Nawras gives customers free international calling minutes

Muscat, 20 February 2011 – With the introduction of a unique 6+6 offer, Nawras is delighted to be giving away six free international calling minutes for all mobile customers during off peak hours including all day on Fridays. After talking for six minutes on the regular tariff, Nawras customers can now talk for a further six minutes for free, to any international destination.

This great value offer applies to all off peak, international calls to any country, from today until 20 May 2011. Off peak hours are 8:00pm until 6:00am from Saturday to Thursday as well as all day on Fridays.

Launching the exciting new offer, Omar Al Farsi, Marketing Manager, International Traffic, explained how much customers will benefit, by saying, “This first-of-its-kind offer gives Nawras customers the opportunity to enjoy extra value every time they are calling internationally during off peak timings. Customers can talk for 12 minutes and they will only pay for six! It is now easier than ever to get closer to friends and family who are outside the Sultanate.”

To take advantage of the great savings, customers simply send an empty SMS to 80020, for the usual price of 10 Baiza. A return message will confirm the subscription and advise that more details can be seen by sending a free SMS with the keyword IntOffer to 1500.

There is no subscription fee to pay. The free minutes can be enjoyed every time customers call internationally for more than six minutes, throughout the offer period.

The 6+6 offer is for all Nawras Mousbak (prepaid) and Nawras Ajel (postpaid) customers. Such innovative offers are one of the many ways that Nawras customers get more value with creative offers that are supported as always, by pleasingly different service and excellent quality.

Further information about the many advantages of being a Nawras customer can be found by visiting either the company’s website at www.nawras.om or any Nawras Store.

Nawras, a Qtel Group company, was recently named Customer Service Provider of the Year 2010 by CommsMEA as well as Brand of the Year by Superbrands Oman.


Notes to the Editor:


Omani Qatari Telecommunications Company SAOG was founded and registered in the Sultanate of Oman in December 2004. It launched its service in March 2005 as the second mobile operator in Oman operating under the name “Nawras”. Nawras was awarded the second fixed licence in Oman in 2009, and launched its international gateway in April 2010, its corporate fixed and broadband services in May 2010, and its residential fixed and broadband services in June 2010. Nawras is currently serving more than 2 million mobile customers across the Sultanate. Following a successful IPO, Nawras is listed on the Muscat Stock Market (MSM) under the “nwrs” ticker since 1 November 2010. Nawras is majority owned by the Qtel Group, a leading global telecommunications group, with presence in 17 markets and a customer subscriber base of more than 68 million. Nawras also has a number of significant Omani shareholders which ensures that the company is strongly integrated into the Omani society. Nawras has won a number of awards including Best Employer Asia 2010, Leader in Communications 2010, Customer Service Provider of the Year 2010, and Middle East Mobile Operator of the Year 2007.

About the Qtel Group

The Qtel Group provides a full range of telecommunications services in Qatar and across its presence in 17 countries. Our vision is to be among the top 20 telecommunications companies in the world by 2020 through expansion in both the MENA region and South East Asia.

For further information please contact:

Julie Amann

Press Manager

e-mail: julie.amann@nawras.om

+968 9510 3669

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