STC offers Jood package at SR 99



ARAB NEWS

Published — Monday 5 November 2012

Last update 5 November 2012 5:28 am

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Saudi Telecom Company (STC) continues to enhance its Jood savings packages by offering new customers a free setup to any Jood package at a monthly rate starting from SR 99, including unlimited Internet, for one year.
The offer comprises landline, Internet services, free modem and installation, without any conditions or limitations set forth in the service installation contract.
STC designed the Jood packages to accommodate different customer needs and demands by introducing several package options — Jood 2, Jood 3, and Jood 4.
Jood 2 offers landline and Internet services, Jood 3 offers landline, Internet and Invision services, and Jood 4 offers landline, Internet, Invision, and QuickNet services, available in different capacities, and at competitive prices, enabling customers and their family members to enjoy safe and secure high-speed Internet.
Package pricing and features can be found at stc.com.sa.

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