Umniah launches new prepaid service
Amman, December 18, 2010
Umniah, a leading telecom service provider in Jordan, has launched its new prepaid Umax services to subscribers in the Kingdom.
“We are extremely proud to be launching prepaid Umax services, through which we are striving to provide Internet to the largest number of citizens, at the highest quality and at the most competitive prices,” said Ihab Hinnawi, Umniah’s CEO.
“We are especially offering this service to citizens in governorates across Jordan as part of our efforts to increase Internet penetration in the Kingdom in line with His Majesty King Abdullah II’s directives regarding Jordanian ICT sector development.”
The new service will be offered to subscribers at a monthly subscription fee that starts at JD10 ($14.12) with speeds reaching up to 3Mbps with usage control options through the ability to manage download quotas as per the user’s needs.
Subscribers can also benefit from the offer’s no commitment or subscription obligations where users can choose to renew their subscription whenever they want.
The offer targets subscribers in governorates by offering them a number of attractive features including low monthly subscription fees, flexible payment terms, in addition to the ability to recharge via mobile prepaid recharge cards on Umniah’ website where users can use their balance to buy extra download capacity or pay for monthly subscription fees.
Umniah’s Umax devices that are incorporated within this prepaid offer include the Umax Mini, which is priced at JD30, and the Umax Wi-Fi device, which is sold for JD60 which caters to subscribers within Amman. – TradeArabia News Service
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