Telecom giant Ooredoo Maldives on Wednesday launched its all-new 'Golden Year SIM' pack targeting tourists, as part of its celebration of Maldives Tourism Golden Jubilee.
The special SIM pack dedicated to tourists was launched by the Managing Director of Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC), Thoyyib Mohamed.
The special SIM Pack includes massive data allowances including dedicated social media data with a validity of one month enabling the visitors to stay in touch with their friends and family afar and share their beautiful journey here in the Maldives.
Speaking about their new product, the Chief Commercial Officer for Ooredoo Maldives Hussain Niyaz expressed excitement as the whole nation gears up to celebrate its Golden Jubilee Year in tourism.
"We are pleased to be a part of the celebration and make this year even more colourful. Our launch of Magey Raajje Calendar and the Golden Year SIM pack is a just the beginning of the activities planned for the year. We remain committed to the people of the Maldives and will continue to enrich the lives of our communities and be a part of its celebrations. We hope this year will further flourish the tourism industry in the Maldives.”
Meanwhile, also speaking about the new SIM, Thoyyib stated that "We at Maldives Marketing & Public Relations Corporation are happy to hear about Ooredoo's special sim card celebrating the Golden Jubilee year of Maldivian Tourism. We appreciate Ooredoo's efforts in ensuring that travellers are connected with the world as they vacation in the sunny side of life".
Ooredoo Maldives has always worked closely with the stakeholders of the tourism industry extending its support through innovative solutions and enabling digital transformation within the industry. In 2020, upon reopening of the borders for travellers, the company also partnered with Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC), Tourism Ministry and Orca Media Group and launched a destination marketing campaign "Visit Maldives Now" reaching its international network of over 117 million people across 10 countries.