Wataniya Introduces Another Innovative Service and Its Just Getting Started

Published January 24th, 2010 - 11:47 GMT

Aiming at providing the best and most innovative services to its customers, and reaching out to their ultimate expectations; Wataniya Telecom introduces its brand new service Block–U, which enables customers to have better control over their calls and SMS.
With this ingenious quick-witted service, both pre-paid and post-paid customers can now configure their incoming calls and SMS by simply adding a number on a block-list. All block-listed will not be able to call or send SMS, and subscribers can restrict calls and text messages any time they want to. The perfect way to protect their own privacy.
"Giving our loyal customers the best experience along with flexibility and choice is Wataniya Telecom's top priority." said Abdulaziz Al Balool, PR Manager of Wataniya Telecom. "The Block U service is not just a service to block unwanted callers, but gives our loyal customers the control to use our services according to their own preferences and to get the best value for their money".
Cautious to deliver easy to use services and always caring for the customer's right to privacy, this service not only works as a monitoring tool but also gives you peace of mind and a great relief.
For all ladies receiving annoying harassment calls, to those who are eager for a deep day nap, and those sick of sleepless nights, or whoever getting bothersome calls or sms, this is the perfect way out.
With Block-U service, customers are capable to select who is calling or texting them , through two lists; the first is the “Allow-list”, which allows 10 callers only to get in contact with them, and the other called “Block-list” whereby 10 other callers can be listed and will be disallowed to either call or sms!


Moreover, customers will also have the choice to set the service screening mode to three different call modes according to their preferences, to better facilitate control over their incoming calls. They can accept, block and allow calls as well.

 


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