Vodafone has announced the launch of a limited edition Flex Postpaid plan for QR125 through which fans in Qatar can watch the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 live on their handsets exclusively on WAVO at no additional cost, plus get 6GB each month free data for six months.
“The limited-edition Flex Plan is a great offer for cricket enthusiasts, who can now watch Live World Cup matches in addition to having the flexibility to use their plan on data as well as international and local calls. Flex is one of our most popular products due to the freedom it gives its users, so we are pleased to further enhance this offer, continuing our commitment to connecting customers to the people and things that matter most,” chief operating officer Diego Camberos said.
The Flex 125 Plan is available until July 14, 2019. Additionally, customers upgrading to Flex 150 and above such as Red Postpaid plans can also enjoy watching the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 for free.
Existing customers can also get the subscription to watch the games live on WAVO with a 100% value-back on one-time QR200 subscription fee. More information is available on www.vodafone.qa/iccworldcup.
Vodafone’s partnership with WAVO is one of several designed to provide customers with exclusive promotional offers and deals.
The business has recently signed a host of other partnership agreements that add value to customers in a variety of ways with brands and businesses including Talabat, the Entertainer, Anghami and Qatar Airways, according to a statement.
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