Zain Bahrain, a leading telecom services provider in the kingdom, is celebrating its 15th anniversary in style with exclusive offers for both its new and existing customers.
The telecom company has lined up an exciting range of product promotions and offers to all Zain existing and new customers under the number “15”.
All Zain customers will have the opportunity to win valuable prizes through “Scratch & Win” when using Zain Bahrain app, each customer can win one gift without transactions made.
Continuing with the 15th anniversary offers, Zain Bahrain will offer all their prepaid customers an additional 15 per cent recharge credit when recharging through Zain App or Zain website.
While all new prepaid and postpaid subscribers will receive extra data up to 15Gbs, Zain Bahrain new broadband customers can also benefit from extra data up to 150GBs.
Commenting on Zain’s Bahrain 15th anniversary, General Manager Mohammed Zainalabedin said: “This is a significant year for all of us as it serves to recognize the enormous progress and success Zain Bahrain has made over the past 15 years.”
“And on this day; I would like to thank and acknowledge every member of Zain Bahrain family for their dedication and hard work, and all Zain customers; they have been the key drivers for Zain Bahrain success,” he stated.
“The special offers, are our way of celebrating Zain Bahrain successful 15th anniversary with our customers and recognizing their loyalty and support,” he added.
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