Due to popular demand, Vodafone Qatar extends its Ramadan offers for all Vodafone’s Prepaid and Postpaid customers to enjoy until Eid Al Fitr.
All Vodafone Postpaid and Prepaid customers can continue to enjoy the reduced local data rate of 5Dhs per MB until the 25th of August 2012. Prepaid customers can activate the rate for free by dialling *200*301# from their Vodafone number, while Postpaid customers can easily enjoy this new rate as it will automatically be applied to their plans. Customers who prefer to buy Internet packs for their data use can also continue to enjoy the current promotion giving them even more MB’s in each pack until the 25th August 2012.
Giving its customers the opportunity to stay connected with family and friends overseas, Vodafone extends its offer on the international calling rate of 55Dhs per minute until 20th of August 2012. Customers on both Postpaid and Prepaid plans can call over 145 countries such as, the GCC countries, Bangladesh, China, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Lebanon, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, UK, USA and more for 55Dhs per minute. See www.vodafone.qa for a full list of destinations.
Prepaid customers can continue to get the best value for international calling, with Vodafone’s International 25 calling card promotion - now extended to 20 August 2012. Customers will get 51 minutes of international calling with every purchase of Vodafone’s International 25 calling card.
“We understand that Eid Al Fitr is a festive celebration for everyone in Qatar. By extending our Ramadan offers, we hope to make the festivities even more special with the ability to connect, share, and wish your families and friends in Qatar and abroad a happy Eid for even longer!” said John Saad, Chief Marketing Officer, Vodafone Qatar.
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