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Nawras launches first WiFi hotspot

Muscat, December 3, 2011

Nawras, a leading telecommunications service provider in Oman, said it has launched its first WiFi hotspot at the new Dunkin Donuts outlet at Al Khuwair in Muscat.

Offered by Nawras Business under its business solutions portfolio, the latest service is designed for business customers in the retail industry who wish to offer a regulatory compliant WiFi service to enhance their customers’ experience, said a company statement. 

Announcing the launch of the Nawras' debut WiFi centre, Abdullah Al Rawahy, Nawras chief strategy officer said customers can enjoy a coffee at Dunkin Donuts while browsing the internet, checking emails or visiting social networks using the high speed broadband.

According to Al Rawahy, with this new scheme Nawras has taken broadband usage to a new level.

"The availability of a secured and legal WiFi service at your establishment that can be sold or offered free to your customers is a reliable way to increase customer footfall and build loyalty for repeat visits," he added.

Khaled El Dalaty, operations manager, Dunkin Donuts, said, “We at Dunkin Donuts are trying to give our customers exciting and new experiences, we are proud to provide free WiFi to our customers and to be the first company in Oman to offer Nawras WiFi."

"Everyone wants to stay in contact for business or personal reasons and we are pleased to partner with Nawras in making this possible at our Al Khuwair Dunkin Donuts outlet."

"We will soon have all Dunkin Donuts outlets covered with Nawras WiFi so that our customers can enjoy the cyber sphere in a Dunkin Donuts atmosphere," he added.-TradeArabia News Service




Tags: Dunkin Donuts | hotspot | Oman Telecom | Nawras | WiFi service |

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