Qtel offers Hala Top-Up promotion (Qatar)

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28/04/2009 00:00 AST  Wireless Federation

Qtel, the Qatar based mobile operator is offering its subscribers an extra bonus for topping up Hala accounts for the next month and also impressive 360 days credit validity with every top-up worth QR100 or more.

From 26 April, the subscribers who purchase QR100 or more worth of credit with scratch cards, e-Vouchers and SSM top-ups will be offered for 360 days extra validity at no extra charge, taking each account to the maximum 360 days validity allowed.

The extra validity will be offered along with the existing bonus talk-time made available to customers who purchase higher denomination top-ups.

Adel Al Mutawa, Executive Director of Group Communications, Qtel, said: “Hala is the most popular mobile service in Qatar, and we are continuing to find new ways to add value for the customers that use this service. The new extension on credit validity means that customers who purchase the higher denomination top-ups will be able to keep talking through to 2010 at no extra charge.”

The Hala Top-Up promotion will be offered until 31 May, and is available with scratch cards, e-Vouchers and SSM top-ups worth QR100 or more.

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