Nawras has signed a supplier agreement with MG-Group, a leading international IT solutions provider, to bring the latest handsets and devices to customers in Oman. The partnership allows Nawras to offer cutting-edge digital services combined with great value pre-paid and post-paid packages using the latest technology from the world’s most innovative manufacturers.
Subhra Das, Chief Commercial Officer, said “Oman is the fastest-growing smartphone market in the GCC and there is always huge demand for the newest devices on the market. Our partnership with MG-Group will ensure that we can offer the latest products from the world’s leading vendors with the most attractive pricing and bundled with great value offers to help customers in the Sultanate stay connected.”
Mohamed Yassin, CEO, said, “MG-Group was the first IT and telecom distributor in Oman to offer top branded consumer and commercial products and we have branches in Dubai, Poland, Egypt and China. We feel our reputation and market credibility defines us as a leading wholesale provider of products such as Apple, Huawei, HTC, Prestigio, Epson, HP, WD, Linksys, D-Link, Modecom, Herotech and Virdi. Our company tries its best to promote new technologies for the Oman market, having been major sponsors for many International events in places like France, Taipei, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Oman.
Our team of experienced certified service engineers can deliver the best after-sales service to customers and customer satisfaction is our priority. We are delighted to be tying up with Nawras; one of the leading telecommunication companies in the Sultanate and we are proud to add them to our long list of partners, to make sure customers remain at the forefront of communications.”
Nawras is committed to partnering with world-leading suppliers and distributers in order to enhance the customer experience. More information about the wide range of products and services from Nawras can be found online by visiting www.nawras.om  or at any of the 29 Nawras stores conveniently located across the Sultanate.