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VIVA reveals winners of ‘allo’ prepaid campaign

Monday, August 14, 2017

VIVA, Kuwait’s fastest-growing and most developed telecom operator, revealed the second week winners of the all new “allo” draw for its prepaid customers.

The names of the $1,500 daily prize were as follows: Hawraa Hussain Ali Aljadi, Shafqatulla Khan Azizullah Khan, Tariq Mohammed Al Ali, Laksman Lal Dolaji, Mohammed Jameel Abu Zaid, Mishal Abdulamir Abdulrasol Alkhayat, Nawal Salem Mudhhi Almutairi. Winners will be announced throughout the campaign with a grand total of almost $ 150,000 to give away! VIVA customers can enjoy this wonderful opportunity to win amazing cash prizes of $ 1,500 daily and $ 30,000 monthly,

throughout the campaign by simply buying a new “allo” line or recharging their current line through Direct Debit, VIVA website, VIVA’s Kiosks, VIVA App or by calling 102. Every KD 1 spent, earns VIVA customers 10 chances to win, increasing their winning chances the more they spend.

VIVA is the fastest-growing telecom operator in Kuwait. Launched in December 2008, VIVA makes things Possible for its customers by transforming communication, information and entertainment experiences. The company has rapidly established an unrivalled position in the market through its customer centric approach. VIVA’s quest is to be the mobile brand of choice in Kuwait by being transparent, engaging, energetic and fulfilling. VIVA continues to take a considerable share of the market by offering an innovative range of best value products, services and content propositions; a state of the art, nationwide network and world-class service. VIVA offers internet speeds of more than 100 Mbps, due to the implementation of the most advanced fourth generation (4G LTE) network in Kuwait resulting in superior coverage, performance and reliability.



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Ramana
Monday, August 14, 2017
Yes. You are absolutely right Samad

samad-2
Monday, August 14, 2017
This is not good. Here all the telecom services dictate to the public. Nobody has the right to complain against wrong policies and moves of telecom companies in Kuwait. Public do not know where to go against their joint attack.

Foe example:
1. I had subscribed for 3-KD international plan with viva. I was getting 1500 viva to viva calls, 3 GB mobile data etc for KD 3/month. This month they forced me to pay 5 KD/ month and they are offering 10 GB mobile data instead of 10GB. I do not need 10GB/month. They are forcing me to take the services that I do not need.
2. I had also taken Wi-Fi services for 3KD/ month. This also they changed to 5KD/ month without my permission. It indirectly hints that if I want to continue pay what they say, or undergo the disconnection.
3. Now all the service providers ( Viva, Zain, Ooredoo) joined together and came out with a new policy of compulsory minimum 5 KD / month for new mobile services. Also the line validity will not incrementally add up when we re charge the line in advance. All these are one way of trapping the public. The poor people who get 60KD / month as salary cannot afford to pay 5KD/month for mobile services. They mainly use mobile to receive calls rather than making calls. This is really in human. We cannot fight legally these sort of things in Kuwait. We have to accept just what they say. Please note that communication is the basic needs in todays life.

samad
Sunday, August 13, 2017
This is not acceptable. Here all the telecom services dictate to the public. Nobody has the right to complain against wrong policies and moves of telecom companies in Kuwait. Public do not know where to go against their joint attack.

Foe example:
1. I had subscribed for 3-KD international plan with viva. I was getting 1500 viva to viva calls, 3 GB mobile data etc for KD 3/month. This month they forced me to pay 5 KD/ month and they are offering 10 GB mobile data instead of 10GB. I do not need 10GB/month. They are forcing me to take the services that I do not need.
2. I had also taken Wi-Fi services for 3KD/ month. This also they changed to 5KD/ month without my permission. It indirectly hints that if I want to continue pay what they say, or undergo the disconnection.
3. Now all the service providers ( Viva, Zain, Ooredoo) joined together and came out with a new policy of compulsory minimum 5 KD / month for new mobile services. Also the line validity will not incrementally add up when we re charge the line in advance. All these are one way of trapping the public. The poor people who get 60KD / month as salary cannot afford to pay 5KD/month for mobile services. They mainly use mobile to receive calls rather than making calls. This is really in human. We cannot fight legally these sort of things in Kuwait. We have to accept just what they say. Please note that communication is the basic needs in todays life.

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