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Renna completes five successful years in Oman
Times News Service
May 13, 2014 , 9 : 14 pm GST
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Raed Haddadin, chief executive officer, Renna. Photo - Supplied
Renna Mobile (Majan Telecommunication) is the first reseller of mobiles in Oman and the Middle East to complete five successful years of its operations in Oman.
The network was launched in May, 2009 to become one of the first mobile reseller companies in Oman and the region with a vision to become the most economical and viable alternative communications provider in the country.
With the aim to become the most cost-efficient mobile service provider in Oman, Renna Mobile provides fantastic prices and brilliant customer service coupled with superb network coverage, offered through Omantel's superior telecom network all across Oman, that allows one to enjoy the services anytime and anywhere.
Renna Mobile recharge cards and services are easily accessible through shopping kiosks and several other locations across Oman. Customers can also buy recharge online, by signing up and logging into the customer-friendly website. Renna Mobile also offers Oman's most valuable data bundles with the best price/data ratio and international calling offers among all the mobile service providers in Oman.
Raed Haddadin, chief executive officer, Renna, said, "After completing five successful years, we have come to realise our potential as a telecom company and we are geared towards expansion which will take us forward in our position in Oman. I would also take this opportunity to thank our shareholders, Omantel and TRA, for all their support through the last five years."
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