Batelco offers option to customise Broadband package
Manama, July 3, 2011
Batelco, Bahrain’s leading ISP, has enhanced its Broadband portfolio to offer its customers a wide range of options to customise their Broadband packages.
Customers can add extra usage bundles via Batelco’s e-Services portal at batelco.com or by visiting any Batelco Retail Shop, said a statement.
Additionally, Broadband customers can avail of the opportunity to own a Sony LCD or Sony 3D TV and the latest PS3 320GB game console as part of a combo offer, it said.
Batelco has eight Broadband packages starting from the 2GB/640Kbps entry package up to the 100GB/16Mbps package. In order to meet customers’ demands to increase their package threshold, Batelco has designed a choice of four Bolt-On Usage Bundles which includes 1GB for only BD1, 2GB at BD1.5, 5GB at BD4 and 10GB for only BD7. The Bolt-Ons can be added as required or set up on a monthly auto-renewal basis.
Customers can also enjoy the best of home entertainment by availing of Batelco’s Combo offer which features a choice of the latest Sony TV’s with Internet capability in combination with the Sony Slim PS3. Additional free benefits include Skype cameras, wall brackets and 3D glasses, the statement said.
Customers can benefit further from the instalment scheme and take on more than one device on instalment, which includes a wide selection of laptops, with different price ceilings applying depending on the customer’s Broadband package.
“Our instalment deals have been very popular to date and we are delighted to add the fantastic combo deal to buy a TV and Playstation in a convenient and reasonably priced way,” said Batelco Group general manager media relations Ahmed Al Janahi.
“The optional low priced GB Bolt On bundles have been designed especially for our customers with varying download needs and have been introduced following feedback from our Broadband customers,” Al Janahi added. – TradeArabia News Service
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