Ooredoo launches Endless Internet Packs

Ooredoo has announced the launch of a range of new Endless Internet Packs, offering “full bill protection and minimised prices”.

This comes as the company continues to push for a leading data experience in Qatar for all its customers, Ooredoo has said in a press statement.

The new Endless Internet Packs come with “new features that allow Ooredoo customers to enjoy never-ending Internet with no additional charges or surprise bills at the end of the month”, the statement noted. Instead, Endless Internet Pack subscribers will now have “never-ending Internet access at all times, enjoying high-speed connection as long as their selected data allowance lasts”. 

Once the allowance of full-speed Internet is consumed, it will be followed by unlimited Internet at a reduced speed at no additional cost until the user’s next month’s allowance begins and full-speed usage is renewed. 

To ensure that customers who need to be connected to Ooredoo’s super-fast speeds at all times are catered to, the company has also announced the launch of daily and weekly speed boosters, as well as the option to use Data Recharge cards to regain a normal high-speed connection.

Waleed al-Sayed, CEO of Ooredoo Qatar, said: “Our customers are increasingly looking to be online full-time and want to enjoy the maximum potential of their digital lifestyles. We’ve reviewed our postpaid Data Packs and deployed innovative new technology to enable customers to keep surfing the web without being surprised by out-of-bundle charges at the end of the month. This is a major step forward in enhancing our customers’ data experience, and another important boost for our users.” 

Customers can choose from one of eight Endless Internet Packs ranging from 250MB as an add-on for QR20 to the unlimited pack for QR500. Other denominations include 6GB, 10GB, 14GB, 20GB, 30GB and 45GB packs to be used on top of Shahry Smart subscriptions, or as a separate Internet SIM for tablet and laptop use.

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