Binge watch SEVENTEEN series on Ooredoo TV and Mozaic TV this Ramadan!

Binge watch SEVENTEEN series on Ooredoo TV and Mozaic TV this Ramadan!
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Ooredoo tv and Mozaic TV entertainment services will offer 17 popular Arabic series for Ramadan in Qatar, the company announced in a statement. 

During the holy month, Ooredoo tv and Mozaic TV, will screen 17 TV series free of charge to all its customers, to promote family viewing time and the spirit of togetherness. 

Among the series are five brand new 2016 offerings including Layali Al-Helmia Part Six, Heya We Dafenshy, and Al Meeazn, as well as 12 series from 2015, including Ragel Wa Set Settet Season 9, Samra, Cello, Dhihab wa ‘Awdah and Jawasis al-Qasr. The new 2016 series will be available from the first day of Ramadan.

Friends and family will be able to indulge in stunning 4K quality content, specially created and located in the “Ramadan Kareem” folder on Ooredoo tv.

This year, to ensure all of Qatar’s diverse population have access to Arabic content during the holy month, Ooredoo’s on demand Ramadan service will have free access for anyone in Qatar with a Mozaic TV or Ooredoo tv set-top-box. 

Ooredoo tv customers can access the special “ Ramadan Kareem” folder by pressing home button on their Ooredoo tv remote control and then selecting the “library” tab. While Mozaic TV users can access the content by pressing the VOD button on their remote control, and going to the “Ramadan Kareem” folder.

For even more content, existing Mozaic TV customers can simply upgrade to Ooredoo tv for free and enjoy two months of free subscription to the Starzplay service, which now also carries premium Arabic Khaleeji content such as Sadeeqat Al Omor, Saad Wa Khawato and Qabel Lel Kaser.

This is the latest in a series of offers as Qatar gears up for Ramadan. Ooredoo aims to launch a host of community and charity events during the holy month and encourages customers to follow the campaign #PurestConnections via Facebook and Twitter.

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