Mobily e-vouchers available in Farm


11/01/2017 08:08 AST

MOBILY enhanced its customer reachability by collaborating with Farm Superstores to facilitate getting its services.

The Farm Superstores’ spreading branches with Mobily brand will achieve a great partnership between two important business sectors. Farm Superstores will provide e-vouchers in 59 branches around the Kingdom, including 2 GB, 5 GB, 10 GB, 60 GB, and 180 GB data vouchers.

Mobily is aiming to support its distribution and customer reachability through modern commercial channels, and Farm Superstores is one of these important channels that will serve customers and has a special retail pattern, in addition to strong brand.

Mobily, under such “modern commercial” agreements, will provide its products and services to customers through retail mega stores partners which considered a new mechanism that supports sales channels and keeps Mobily close to its customers.

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