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Posted On: 1 April 2014 05:25 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 01:51 pm

Ooredoo Launches Hala Smart Weekly Packs – Offering More Data than Ever

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Ooredoo today announced the launch of its Hala Smart campaign, developed to give prepaid customers more value and more data, as the company rolls out the next phase of the #OoredooSmart campaign.

Hala Smart Weekly Packs are prepaid weekly bundles that include a mixture of local and international minutes, SMS and mobile data – a full week’s communication – with a range of plans priced at QR10, QR15, QR25 and QR40.

As with the recently-updated “Shahry Smart” service, Ooredoo has supercharged Hala Weekly Packs, adding a “smart” element specifically designed for the new generation of customers who use their mobile phones for surfing the web as much as for calls and SMS.

With the new upgrade, the Hala Smart 10 and 15 Packs now include 60MB of internet mobile data – a major boost from the previously available 5MB and 10MB allowance in the old packs. The Hala Smart 25 and Hala Smart 40 Packs now include 250MB of internet mobile data, giving customers more time than ever online.

Ooredoo estimates around one million customers are currently using mobile data regularly, and is transforming its whole product portfolio to ensure customers in Qatar can enjoy full value from mobile internet services.

In addition to the increased data, Hala Smart Weekly Packs also include improved out-of-bundle local calling rates, reducing the standard local calling rate from Dhs 55 to Dhs 35 per minute. This means that customers can benefit from lower local calling rates after the consumption of their free minutes in the Hala Smart bundle.

To subscribe to the service, customers can send an SMS reading ‘WP [amount]‘ e.g. ‘WP 25’ to the shortcode 121. Hala Smart Weekly Packs renew automatically every week. To end the service, customers should send the SMS ‘Stop <space> WP’ to 121.

For more information on Hala Smart Packs, customers can go to, visit an Ooredoo Shop or call 111.


- ILQ News -