Nawras unveils new plans for businesses
Muscat, February 9, 2014
Omani telecom operator Nawras has launched its all-inclusive Maktabi Mobile business packages for business customers.
The small and medium enterprise (SME) and small office/home office (SoHo) businesses can now benefit from 4G packages, increased data allowances and prepaid options to efficiently manage their business communications, said a statement.
Said Al-Shanfari, director - Business Marketing, said: “We have revamped our highly popular mobile business bundle for 2014, offering customers everything they need to get talking and get online within minutes. The package is activated in store and provides a solution for any business customer with between five and 20 lines.
“SoHos and SMEs of all sizes will save up to 30 per cent every month compared to purchasing each service separately. The new Maktabi Mobile plans are 4G capable and we now offer a wide choice of eleven different shared data bundles to choose from.”
Each Maktabi Mobile package contains a choice of one GB to 100GB of inclusive shared data, and the option of choosing Ajel post-paid or Mousbak pre-paid services within the bundle in any combination they require, he said.
The operator is also offering cost control options to help small business prevent any out of bundle data usage and maintain their bill at a know, flat monthly rate.
The Mousbak prepaid services comes with free intra-company calls within the Maktabi Mobile bundle, with all voice calls outside of the business group charged at normal rates.
Existing Maktabi Mobile customers will be migrated to the new service, and so will be able to choose from the new range of shared data bundles immediately. - TradeArabia News Service
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