Zain KSA offers iPhone 5 pre-booking



RIYADH: ARAB NEWS

Published — Wednesday 5 December 2012

Last update 5 December 2012 12:43 am

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Zain KSA announced it will allow customers to pre-book iPhone 5 (A1429 model) starting from Sunday (Dec. 9) in all major branches (flagships) deployed in various regions of the Kingdom, and through the company’s website (www.sa.zain.com), while the device will be in all flagships on Friday (Dec. 14), and available for sale on Saturday (Dec. 15).
Saud Al-Bawardi, chief commercial officer at Zain KSA, said the company would launch the new device along with Mazaya postpaid packages, which provide subscribers with all their connectivity needs. He said Mazaya-Elite subscribers can recover the full amount they paid for the device, in addition to the unlimited free usage of voice calls, SMS, and data service. Al-Bawardi indicated that the device is also available with the Hala prepaid package.
Al-Bawardi said Zain KSA subscribers can enjoy all the new features in IPhone 5, within the coverage of the latest communications network in the Kingdom, which operates the 4G LTE on 1800 frequency as part of the company’s efforts to provide clients with the latest in the field of telecommunications and information technology (IT).
Al-Bawardi said Zain KSA always sought to provide the best options for its subscribers through its offers and services in the world of telecommunications and IT, adding that this comes in line with the company’s great interest to enhance its services, to ensure highest quality possible, which makes its subscribers in the forefront of mobile communications users in the Kingdom.
Zain KSA recently provided voice services subscribers with the ability of free 4G (LTE) data service enabling by sending 4G to the number 959, via their postpaid and prepaid lines.

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