STC offers special international rates
Riyadh, May 7, 2011
Saudi Telecom Company (STC) has announced the launch of “Sawa International” which offers the cheapest rate per minute for international calls to selected countries for as little as 55 halalas per minute.
The STC initiative comes as part of its continuous efforts to provide the best services and special offers that meet the various demands of its customers, said a STC statement.
With “Sawa International” STC customers can now make substantially discounted calls to India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt and Philippines for 55 halalas per minute, while calls to Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Sudan, Yemen, Syria, Jordan, Libya, Lebanon and Nepal cost 69 halalas per minute, said a STC statement.
According to the Saudi company, this offer is open to all Sawa and Lana customers.
Under this promotion, calls to Kuwait and UAE cost 89 halalas per minute. The discounted rate for calls to Morocco, Algeria, Afghanistan, Ethiopia and Eritrea is 102 halalas per minute and calls to Somalia are 129 halalas per minute.
This makes it the cheapest international fare for prepaid cards in the Kingdom, said a STC statement.-TradeArabia News Service
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