STC surprised all SAWA customers with a new offer that enables them to get two free SAWA prepaid cards when they buy one SAWA prepaid card.
The three-month offer includes all SAWA cards categories SR50, SR100 and SR300, while they can enjoy up to 66 percent additional credits when recharging their mobiles including STC Express recharge service.
During the offer period, for every SR50 SAWA prepaid card customers will receive two SR10 ones, for every SR100 SAWA prepaid card customers will receive two SR20 ones and for every SR300 SAWA prepaid card customers will receive two SR100 ones.
“This offer is unique because customers can recharge their mobiles immediately or during the offer period and they can offer the two free cards to another customer and get their free additional credits also immediately,” STC said in a statement on Tuesday.
STC said SAWA prepaid line price has been reduced to SR75 with SR80 credits, noting that this is a great opportunity for all prepaid and postpaid customers through balance control service “8*” by calling 1500. The offer also includes “My Local Mobile” service subscribers whether inside or outside the Kingdom.
Meanwhile, STC announced on Wednesday that it will reduce all international calls to the Philippines covering audio and video calls on the country’s Independence Day.
The reduction will begin as of 00:01 after midnight on June 11 and will last for a period of 24 hours.
The reduction will also include all customers with pre-paid and post-paid mobiles and will enable the Filipino community residing in the Kingdom to stay in contact with their families with ease and convenience.
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