Nawras unveils offer on Internet, voice
Muscat, August 13, 2013
Nawras, a leading telecom operator in Oman and an Ooredoo company, is offering businesses one month’s free voice and Internet services to mark the Khareef season.
For the next three months, Nawras Internet & Voice Professional fixed line bundles will be free for the first month, with no setup costs, a company statement said.
During this period, existing business customers requiring more bandwidth can also benefit from a free upgrade to their service, with plans ranging from 1 Mbps to 30 Mbps to suit growing organisations.
Mohammed bin Jaffar Al Najwani, Nawras product manager – Business Data and Internet, said, “To support the continuing growth of business in Oman, especially for SMEs and start-ups, we are offering customers a cost-effective way to maximise their resources. Most fixed bundles from Nawras Internet Professional (NIP), Nawras Voice Professional (NVP) and Maktabi Bundles are plug and play to help emerging businesses get online straight away. We are providing a one-stop-shop for all communications needs with this easy to use package.”
Maktabi Bundles combine both NIP and NVP in one package, offering a customised communications suite to meet the changing requirements of a growing business. The service can be activated in any Nawras store within minutes.
Ali Al-Alawi, senior team manager – IT, Arabian Planets for Trading and Marketing, a subsidiary of Almarai, said, “Fixed Internet & Data services from Nawras allows us to effectively manage a growing organisation in one product. The range of options has continued to meet our needs and the excellent after sales support has been a valuable asset as we look to maximise the benefits of this service; it is a value for money solution that caters to all of our requirements.”
The fixed voice feature includes a Business Group with free calls to all mobile and fixed line numbers using the same service within the company and a flat rate of 9 Baisa to all other landline numbers in Oman. Maktabi bundles also provide the option for companies to keep their existing landline numbers should the office location change. – TradeArabia News Service
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