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Posted On: 21 December 2009 11:04 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:10 pm

Bonus minutes offered by Qtel

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Qtel is providing bonus minutes on its international packs enabling customers to call at Dh35 a minute, one of the lowest mobile rates to overseas destinations from Qatar under a limited time promotion. The offer is available to existing and new customers of international packs until January 15, Qtel said. The new international packs offer a set number of minutes at “specially-reduced” rates, making it one of the most cost-effective ways to make international calls. Customers who buy the packs can use their allocated minutes to call any overseas destination, at no extra charge, whenever they want to. Qtel offers four options for international minutes packs: a QR50 international pack, with 30 minutes of talk time and 20 bonus minutes; QR100 international pack with 100 call minutes and 20 bonus minutes; QR200 international pack with 200 call minutes and 50 bonus minutes and QR500 international pack with 500 call minutes and 150 holiday bonus minutes. For a limited period, Qtel will add bonus minutes automatically for all new and existing customers, creating a “massive allocation” of international minutes in every pack. The QR50 international pack is expanding by 50 additional bonus minutes, to take the total minutes in every pack to 100, offering an effective international call rate of Dh50 per minute. Qtel’s QR100 international pack gains an additional 100 bonus minutes, taking the total to 220 minutes, or an effective call rate of Dh45 per minute, while the QR200 pack will have 500 minutes, with an effective call rate of Dh40 per minute. The “most attractive” offer is on the QR500 pack, which will gain 775 additional bonus call minutes, providing an “incredible” 1,425 total call minutes, with an effective call rate of Dh35 per minute to any international destination in the world. Standard Hala and Shahry international calls now cost Dh55 per minute round-the-clock until January 15.