Umniah offers free on-net calls
Amman, October 6, 2009
Umniah, a leading telecom service provider in Jordan, has launched a new for its subscribers which enables them to make free on-net calls within their respective governorates.
The Muhafazati line, which can be activated calling 1331, includes each of the Aqaba, Ma'an, Tafila, Karak, Madaba and Mafraq governorates.
The Muhafazati line also enables Umniah subscribers to enjoy off-net rates at only JD0.03/minute ($0.04/minute) , which is an unprecedented pricing scheme offered for the first time in Jordan for outgoing calls to other networks.
The package price for this line is JD3, and charges a weekly subscription rate of JD0.5 only.
In addition, Muhafazati subscribers will be able to send up to 50 SMSs for JD1.
In compliance with Umniah's customary billing policy on all its plans and packages, the new Muhafazati line charges per second from the first second. Umniah prepaid subscribers can convert to the new line by calling 1333. – TradeArabia News Service
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