Qtel's Mozaic TV extends promotional offer
Doha, January 21, 2009
Due to strong ongoing demand for Qtel’s popular Mozaic TV+ service, Qtel has announced an extension to its current promotional pricing.
The current promotion which provides the opportunity to save QR1290 on advanced digital TV, high-speed Internet access and telephone services through one integrated service, will now be available till February 15.
Mozaic TV+ offers a 'triple play' service, which provides phone; digital broadcast TV and Broadband Internet access with home Wi-Fi, delivered over an ADSL (high-speed) line. As an added benefit, Mozaic TV+ is firmly focused on providing family-orientated content, supported by a range of parental controls.
“Today’s announcement offers ongoing value to new customers for this very popular service, providing more time to take advantage of our special pricing for communication services and entertainment for the whole family,” said Adel Al Mutawa, executive director of group communications at Qtel.
Qtel’s decision to hold the pricing reflects its ongoing efforts to provide full value for customers across its wide range of services in 2009.
The Mozaic TV+ service provides access to 125 digital TV channels offering the latest news, movies, music, sports and children's entertainment with a choice of two main digital television channel packages included in the basic service plus multiple additional channel packages that customers can choose from.
Mozaic TV+’s channel line-up includes content from Orbit, Showtime, ART, STAR, Turner, Al Jazeera and MBC, and new channels will continue to be offered throughout 2009.
The service also provides a Pay Per View offering, where customers pay only for movies that they select and view, in addition to an Electronic Program Guide which allows viewers to quickly scan through channels to check for their upcoming favourite programs to create, manage and build a list of their most frequently watched programs.
Mozaic TV+ is one of the most family-friendly television services in the region, offering a range of channels that are specially selected as suitable for families, and providing full parental control over channels selected and viewing hours.-TradeArabia News Service
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