Nawras holds business solutions event
Muscat, January 29, 2013
Oman’s leading telecommunications company Nawras recently conducted a series of events to highlight Nawras business solutions for government bodies as well as small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and large corporate entities.
Nawras is also meeting with major companies in the oil and gas industry to demonstrate how its versatile business packages can boost operations through better communication solutions, a statement from the company said.
Monther Al Mamari, director business sales, said: “Nawras offers a wide range of packages to maximise the potential of budding entrepreneurs with services that are easy to use and easy to budget for.”
“Larger organisations benefit with bespoke solutions that are created after fully understanding the company’s requirements. Customers are also benefitting from our recent network turbo charging programme giving customers from Al Bustan to Musannah, faster speeds and greater capacity. The newly improved and faster broadband service offers a strong and reliable network that allows customers to do more online and do it faster.”
“Nawras business solutions are available in different packages that can be scaled to suit the changing requirements of a growing organisation. Fixed and mobile customers can also migrate to Nawras from any provider and retain their existing numbers, making the change as seamless as possible. Nawras is offering customers a convenient and cost-effective communications package that helps businesses grow.”
The most recent addition to the innovative range of solutions is the Nawras maktabi mobile package. The complete office solution for SMEs includes everything for a startup business in one box.
The product can be activated in store and provides customers with a 3G modem, 1GB of shared data and free calls within a personalised business group, saving around 30 per cent on combined monthly mobile costs when compared to the cost of the separate services, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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