Nawras offers top smartphone brands
Muscat, July 8, 2012
Nawras, a Qtel Group company and a leading telecom services provider in Oman, has partnered with mobile stockist Hello to offer customers the latest smartphone devices from the top five brands on the market.
The new devices can be tested and purchased at the Nawras stores in Qurum City Centre, Azaiba, Muscat City Centre and the newly opened flagship store in Salalah, located in Al Sahwah Complex. Hello will also extend aftersales support and handset trade in options, a statement said.
The tie up with Hello, part of the Mustafa Sultan Enterprises group, make these four Nawras stores a ‘one stop shop’.
Customers can choose from the latest iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy, Nokia, BlackBerry and HTC smartphones to enjoy the full potential of an enhanced and extended 3G+ service. Customers can also buy SIM cards, recharge and get assistance from friendly professionals, all under one roof.
Fahmy Al Rawahy, device manager at Nawras said: “As technology advances, customers are seeking more options and possibilities from their mobile handsets. This new agreement with Hello means Nawras is now able to offer cutting edge handset options to suit their varying communications needs.”
He added, “Convenience is an important factor for delivering exceptional customer service and when the network is fully upgraded, we will also be offering the latest 4G LTE enabled handsets. We are thrilled that customers can now find everything they need to get closer to friends and family in one convenient location, making their experience easier and more rewarding.” – TradeArabia News Service
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