Feras Al Shaikh, Ooredoo Director of Sales
Ooredoo has introduced a new specifically designed prepaid Mousbak package called ‘Freedom’ in support of the Ministry of Social Development and the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) initiatives to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities in the Sultanate.
Customers with an Omani Disability Card issued by the Ministry of Social Development can enjoy reduced call rates of 19 Baiza per minute for national voice and video calls at any time of day, more than 50% less than regular Mousbak tariffs, and 100 MB of mobile data every month.
“The new ‘Freedom’’ packs aim to bring a new sense of independence to people facing challenges in their daily life. Designed specifically for customers with physical disabilities and those with vision and hearing impairments, our new bundle is to help empower people with disabilities, keeping them as connected as anybody else to their families and friends and up to date with the latest technology” said Feras Al Shaikh, Ooredoo Director of Sales.
The bundle is available across all Ooredoo 29 stores countrywide. To activate the new service, customers are required to bring their Disability Card to any Ooredoo store, where they will receive priority service and a Customer Champion will be available to assist. More information on the full range of Ooredoo products and services can be found online by visiting the Ooredoo website at www.ooredoo.om.