Eid al-Adha is a time of togetherness and celebration, and Ooredoo Maldives has unveiled special offers and exciting gifts, including iPhone 14 and Bodu Chuttee Pack with 100GB data, to enhance the joy of the festive season and keep customers connected and entertained throughout the holidays.
Bodu Chuttee Pack
The Bodu Chuttee Pack offers an 100GB Data for MVR 150, valid for five days (120 hours). This data pack is available for both Prepaid and Postpaid customers, ensuring all customers enjoy uninterrupted high-speed internet during the Eid celebrations. To activate the Bodu Chuttee Pack, customers can choose from various channels including SMS, USSD menu, Ooredoo App, and QuickPay.
Activate SuperNet, Faseyha or 5G Airfibre and win an iPhone
During this Eid al-Adha holidays, existing and new Broadband customers will stand the chance to win exciting gifts.
Customers who activate SuperNet, Faseyha Home Broadband or Faseyha Plus and 5G Airfibre before July 31 will stand the chance to win the highly desired iPhone 14 handset. One lucky winner will be taken among the new customers who activate each service. The winners will be selected through a lucky draw at the end of the promotion.
Upgrade SuperNet and win exciting gifts
The SuperNet Upgrade and Win Offer grants three lucky winners the chance to receive fantastic prizes including the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold, Huawei Watch Buds, and Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Graphite - SM-R177. The winners will be selected among customers who upgrade their SuperNet plans before July 31 through a lucky draw at the end of the promotion.
"Eid Al-Adha holidays is a time of celebration and joy, and Ooredoo is dedicated to enhancing the customers' experiences during this special occasion. Through our exclusive offers, we aim to provide our customers with exciting opportunities to win premium devices and amazing gifts while ensuring they stay connected and entertained throughout the festivities. We wish everyone a blessed and wonderful Eid. Eid Mubarak!” said Ooredoo Maldives’ Managing Director and CEO, Khalid Al-Hamadi.