Ooredoo launches SIM card for use of tourists Sep 18, 2019 0 219 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaQATAR’S leading telecommunications operator announced on Tuesday, it has launched a prepaid SIM card package specially designed for visitors to Qatar. The new Ooredoo Tourist SIM enables visitors to stay in touch with family and friends back home, as well as stay connected to the Ooredoo Supernet within Qatar, with a package that includes local and international calls, SMS and local data. The Ooredoo Tourist SIM costs just QR35 (US$9.67) and includes 150 Flexi Points, which can be used for local and international voice calls and SMS or local data, as well as 1GB data valid for 7 days. Or, visitors can choose the Mobile Broadband option at QR300 (US $82.87) and get 40 GB local data valid for 30 days and a My-Fi device absolutely free. The Ooredoo Tourist SIM is now available for purchase at Hamad International Airport, at the Baggage Collection area, Qatar Duty Free 24/7 shop - Arrivals area and the Ooredoo Kiosk - Arrivals area. Manar Khalifa al Muraikhi – Director PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo – said of the launch: “Staying connected is vital for many of us in this digital age, especially when travelling, so we’re delighted to be able to offer visitors to Qatar a great-value, easily accessible, quick and easy way to do this. The new Ooredoo Tourist SIM offers value for money as well as flexibility, so visitors can tailor their package to suit their needs and enjoy the internet on our Supernet.” Pages 12345 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES ‘The Majlis – Cultures in Dialogue’ global tour reaches Weltmuseum Wien in Vienna Sep 18, 2019 0 146 Georgetown Qatar’s students win prize for app-based fuel delivery Sep 18, 2019 0 337 ATTORNEY-GENERAL, FRENCH OFFICIAL REVIEW TIES Sep 18, 2019 0 130 Kahramaa, QEWC and MHPS ink deal for Qatari engineers’ training in Japan Meriam Jelliti Doha QATAR General Electricity & Water Corporation (Kahramaa), Qatar Electricity & Water Company (QEWC) and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Ltd (MHPS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in .. ‘Jordan keen to boost relations with Qatar’ QNA Amman Speaker of Jordan’s House of Representatives Engineer Atef Tarawneh affirmed his country’s keenness to promote bilateral relations with Qatar to serve the interests of the two countries. Tarawneh made the ..