Doha: Ooredoo yesterday introduced a new QR Scanner feature on the Ooredoo Mobile App that will allow Hala customers to top up quickly by scanning the new QR code.
The feature, which will also involve a revamp of Hala Top-Up cards, will allow users to save time and the possibility of input errors, as the QR tool will automatically send required SMS content for recharge, by scanning the square QR code on the back of the card. Hala Top-Up cards have seen unprecedented demand since the launch of the #OoredooSmart campaign, with more customers purchasing extra mobile credit to use in conjunction with the 4G network.
The new Hala Top-Up cards, which will be available in Ooredoo Shops and authorised dealers, will include the new QR code on the back of the vouchers and are available in QR30, QR50, QR100 and QR200 denominations. The Ooredoo Mobile App allows users to manage key services directly from their smartphones, including upgrading Shahry Smart bundles, paying bills, subscribing to the Ooredoo Passport and much more.
The QR Scanner tool is the latest update to the Ooredoo Mobile App and will work with iOS and Android devices, as part of the company’s portfolio updates for the campaign. Ooredoo aims to add several smart features to its user’s app toolbox soon.