27/05/2018 08:39 AST

Zain Bahrain, a leading telecom services operator in the kingdom, has introduced its new express home delivery service wherein Zain customers can now complete multiple services all at their own door step.

Zain Bahrain customers can now renew their post-paid plans, sign up for new plans, register their Zain line and have SIMS and devices delivered straight to them through Zain Bahrain express delivery service.

All Zain Bahrain customers need to do is visit the E-shop portal and place an order where a trained representative from Zain Bahrain will arrive to complete the required service at your convenience, said a statement from the company.

In addition, Zain Bahrain customers can also register their Zain line through the newly-implemented Sim-Card fingerprint registration at home.

The trained representative from Zain Bahrain will arrive with the Sim-Card fingerprint registration machine to complete the registering process at the customer’s doorstep, it stated.

Zain Bahrain customers will have to carry their Bahraini CPR or a valid GCC national identity card or Passport to undergo the new registration prior to the deadline which falls on June 2 for post-paid customers and March 2, 2019 for pre-paid.

Zain Bahrain express service was initially launched for Zain’s valued customers to enjoy the convenience of home delivery through Zain Bahrain telesales, it added.-


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