Saudi STC reduces call costs

08 Sep 2011

(MENAFN) Saudi Telecom Company (STC) said that the company slashed the cost of its outgoing overseas calls from the Kingdom allowing clients to communicate with those abroad with the lowest prices offered in the country’s market, reported Arab News.

The telecom firm added that the reduction would be through Marhaba prepaid calling cards and from fixed phone lines in addition to call cabins.

It also said that its Marhaba card came in various rates including USD2.6, USD5 and USD13 in shops across the country, moreover, the card allowed clients to call the number of internet service provider (Easy Net) for free, to manage expenses through the card’s credit limit, to merge the card with another one, in addition to its validity time, which was considered the longest amongst other cards.

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