Monaco Telecom Added To Already Extensive List of Passport Roaming Partners
Ooredoo today announced its popular Ooredoo Passport service is now available in Monaco via Monaco Telecom network, expanding even further the extensive list of countries in which customers can use roaming services while ensuring they avoid excessive charges.
All Qatarna and New Shahry 250 customers travelling to Monaco and roaming on Monaco Telecom network can now use their roaming data allowances to stay connected during their stay, giving them access to great-value data without risk of overspending.
Other postpaid customers can activate an Ooredoo Passport card which enables worry-free roaming; once activated, the Passport card instantly provides 1GB data and 100 minutes, letting customers stay connected to friends and family when they are in Monaco or in other Ooredoo Passport partner countries. If customers forget to activate an Ooredoo Passport before they travel, a Passport will automatically be activated once roaming charges reach QR100, and activated again if allowances are used up.
Speaking of the addition to the Ooredoo Passport roaming network, Manar Khalifa Al-Muraikhi – Director PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo – said: “We know our Ooredoo Passport service is vital to our customers travelling abroad, since they want to stay connected to friends and family whilst they are away but they quite rightly don’t want to run up large roaming bills doing so. Monaco is high on the list of countries to which Qatari citizens and residents travel, so we’re delighted to add it to the already extensive list of countries in which Qatarna roaming data and Ooredoo Passport is available.”
Out-of-bundle charges for Monaco will be QR5 per minute/GB/SMS. Customers can sign up for Qatarna plans or subscribe to Ooredoo Passport online, via the Ooredoo app or at any Ooredoo shop around town.