Zain offers 'Speed' Internet at 50% discount



Arab News

Published — Wednesday 1 August 2012

Last update 1 August 2012 1:30 pm

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Zain KSA has launched its new 'Speed' Internet offers with a discount that reaches up to 50 percent on Speed 4G and Speed Pro packages. The discount will be applicable on all 4G (3 and 7 GB and the unlimited package), and another discount will be applied also on Speed Pro packages (1 and 5 GB and unlimited packages).
The company explained that its subscribers will receive a Zain 4G modem for free when they subscribe in Speed 4G unlimited packages. These packages will allow them to download and share Internet files, use video games and direct applications at data transfer speeds 10 times higher than the 3G which would reach 100 Mbs with the least possible period between sending and receiving data, making it the first option in the Kingdom for recreational users of the Internet.
The company also confirmed that the new offer, which provides the best Internet service, reflects the company's ongoing commitment to achieve exclusivity and distinction to its subscribers through the provision of marketing packages and technical products with added values at the best prices.
It also added that the launch of this offer comes as a result of its efforts to meet the wishes of its subscribers in telecommunications services and data transmission, stressing at the same time that it continues to launch appropriate offers and packages that go side by side with the acceleration experienced in the world of telecommunications and information technology.
Zain KSA recently launched a brand new for Internet services (Speed 4G), through which it presented a number of new offerings that enabled its customers to obtain the fastest 4G modem in the Kingdom.

 

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