Ooredoo Continues to Empower Small and Medium Enterprises with ‘My Office’ Service

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Posted 10 minutes ago – 11:07 GMT

Mobilk – Ooredoo continues its commitment to supporting the business community on their growth journey in the Sultanate of Oman, as it recently upgraded its ‘Maktabi’ service to provide integrated solutions for entrepreneurs, small and medium enterprises, and small and home-based businesses. At a very competitive price starting from OMR 29 per month, this service offers a world of benefits to commercial customers, including non-stop high-speed internet, mobile and fixed line packages.

Saud bin Hamad Al Riyami, General Manager of Business Sales at Ooredoo, said: “SMEs and start-ups are one of the main drivers driving economic and social development in the Sultanate of Oman. “My Office” is to provide competitive and reliable services that are specially designed to meet the requirements of these institutions to enable them to achieve digital transformation and promote the growth and development of their business for the benefit of the national economy.

Commercial customers can now enjoy high internet speeds of up to 60 Mbps, and get four mobile phone lines with free call minutes between employees and other benefits. In addition, the package provides small and medium enterprises with a wide range of services to ensure that employees stay in constant contact through packages at very competitive prices that meet various requirements.

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