Ooredoo, Qatar’s leading provider of ICT, has launched its new Ooredoo Business WhatsApp service. Ooredoo Business WhatsApp
The new Ooredoo Business WhatsApp service offers business customers the freedom to manage their accounts digitally from anywhere, from 7am until 10pm. Via the new WhatsApp service business customers can place orders, raise issues, request support and track orders or support requests.
The service is a registered business account, so customers can rest assured it is safe, secure and protected from spam.
Thani Al-Malki – Executive Director Business at Ooredoo – said: “We are delighted to launch this valuable new service for our business customers. A core aim of our corporate strategy is complete digitalisation, and this new service demonstrates our solid progress towards the achievement of this aim. We understand that many business owners are time-poor, and need solutions that enhance efficiency and streamline operations. We invite all our business customers to upgrade their worlds and experience how quick, easy and convenient it is to connect with our business team via WhatsApp, and look forward to serving them via this invaluable channel.”
The new Ooredoo Business WhatsApp number is 4444 8880.
Business customers can leverage the Ooredoo Advantage, making Ooredoo ‘Best for Business’, thanks to its breadth and depth of talent, best fixed and mobile networks, broadest portfolio of ICT services and solutions, and trusted partner for 60 years.
Official Middle East & Africa Telecommunications Operator of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ – has announced record-breaking figures at the conclusion of the sporting mega-event, cementing its position as a world-leading telecommunications and ICT provider.
Records set at the opening ceremony were broken by the time the tournament concluded; the breathtaking final between Argentina and France at Lusail Stadium saw a record-breaking 45.1TB data used, 8.4TB of stadium Wi-Fi used, more than 650,000 calls made and 32,000 fans using roaming.
Across all 64 matches of the most prominent football tournament in the world, the 3.4 million fans attending used a phenomenal 801TB data, of which 40.3% was via Ooredoo’s pioneering 5G at a speed of up to 236Mbps. 58.2% was on the 4G network at a speed of up to 19Mbps. 201TB of Wi-Fi was used in and around the eight stadiums.
11.4 million voice calls were made throughout the event, of which 63.1% were VoLTE, with a call success rate of 99.95%, and an incredible 646,000 fans used roaming.
8,466 antennae placed in the eight stadiums supported the network, while a team of more than 500 experts on the ground ensured seamless service.
Lusail Stadium saw the highest figures, with 222TB data used and 2.9 million calls made throughout the tournament.
A full 4G/5G mobile network modernisation – incorporating the very latest, most advanced equipment and functionalities – ensured complete readiness for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM,
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