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Posted On: 26 June 2014 02:51 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 01:51 pm

Enjoy 3Dhs Per Minute Only With Vodafone This Ramadan

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Vodafone Qatar announced their best Prepaid local calling offer ever for the holy month of Ramadan. With Swalif Ramadan, Vodafone Prepaid customers can enjoy 35 minutes of calling to any Vodafone number for only QR 1 a day. That is less than 3Dhs per minute.

Customers wishing to avail of this offer can easily and simply subscribe by dialling *200*3# from their mobile. The package can be enjoyed every day during Ramadan, allowing customers to make more calls to families and friends during this special season. Customers can take advantage of the package once per day, and of course can unsubscribe anytime.

This promotion comes shortly after Vodafone made permanent discounts to two of their most popular international calling products, allowing Prepaid customers to call home for less than 45Dhs per minute. That’s a 55% saving on standard International rates.

Vodafone’s International 25 card now includes 56 minutes for just QR 25. Customers pay less than 45dhs per minute for international calls to 15 popular countries including Nepal, Egypt, Philippines, Pakistan and more.

Additionally, with Vodafone’s weekly international package, Prepaid customers can now call to 124 countries for only 45 Dhs/ min, permanently reduced from 60Dhs. There is no change to the weekly cost, which remains at great value at 1QR/ week.

Vodafone Qatar said: “Vodafone Qatar is always looking for opportunities to make sure our customers are getting the best value in the market for all their communication needs. This is especially important during the holy month of Ramadan when everyone needs to be closer to their near and dear ones. Swalif Ramadan offers Vodafone’s lowest local calling rate yet to allow our customers to be always confidently connected and to call who they want, whenever they want, without worrying about costs.”