ALLO Launches its Mobile Top-up Service in Pakistan

The market leading worldwide calling service Allo, from Integrated Telecommunications Oman SAOC (TeO), pronounced the inauguration of a new facility for international mobile top-up.

TeO has lately signed a contract with Ding, an international provider of mobile top-up service with a network of 350 telecom operators working in 130 countries, to empower the international top up service for all its brands.

ALLO Launches its Mobile Top-up Service in Pakistan

At present the Allo International Mobile Top Up Service will be available for 14 countries. Allo mobile top-up service will be accessible in Pakistan along with other countries. Customers can transfer credits from three diverse options with an initial of RO 0.275, conditional to the country and telecom operator.

Now Allo customers will have the facility to top-up any international prepaid mobile account just at the click of a button anytime and from wherever they are. The service will be accessible from Allo’s newly introduced mobile app called AlloApp which can be downloaded from Google Play for Android smartphones. Customers can then top-up any mobile account with the help of their Allo credits and can also recharge their Allo credits by getting Allo Cards available all over the Sultanate in values of RO 1 and RO 5.

Mr. Darren Tong, COO & Acting CEO at TeO stated on the signing of the agreement with Ding,

“Allo as a telecom brand has been focused on bringing people together even when they are geographically far apart. Our market leading international call rates allow both expatriates and nationals in Oman to stay connected with their families and friends abroad. The addition of the international mobile top up service will further allow them to stay connected with their loved ones wherever they may be located.”

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