Saudi Arabia offers one million SIM cards and internet access to Hajj pilgrims

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The move aims to serve pilgrims who are keen to communicate with their dearest ones back home. (SPA)
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The move aims to serve pilgrims who are keen to communicate with their dearest ones back home. (SPA)
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The move aims to serve pilgrims who are keen to communicate with their dearest ones back home. (SPA)
Updated 19 July 2019

Saudi Arabia offers one million SIM cards and internet access to Hajj pilgrims

  • The move aims to serve pilgrims who are keen to communicate with their dearest ones back home

MAKKAH: One million SIM cards and free internet will be offered as gifts to pilgrims performing Hajj this year upon arriving at the King Abdulaziz International Airport in Saudi Arabia.

The initiative is part of a program aimed at serving pilgrims who are keen to communicate with their nearest and dearest back home.

A field team will be working 24 hours during the Hajj season to offer this service to the arriving pilgrims so that they can share their experience with their families.

The project comes as part of  efforts by the Kingdom to serve pilgrims under directions by King Salman and the Crown Prince to allow pilgrims to perform their rituals with ease.


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