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TMCNet:  Zain KSA launches iPhone 5 tonight

[December 11, 2012]

Zain KSA launches iPhone 5 tonight

JEDDAH, Dec 12, 2012 (Arab News - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- Zain KSA is set to launch the new iPhone 5 device Model A1429 in all major Flagships deployed in various regions of the Kingdom as of midnight tonight, accompanied by Mazaya postpaid packages (Elite, Premium, and Smart) or Hala prepaid package.

The company declared that 11 main flagships in various regions of the Kingdom will receive all those who wish to acquire the new iPhone 5, starting from midnight tonight until 4am to allow subscribers to obtain the new device very easily. The price of the new device starts from SR 2,799, says a Zain press release.

The company also indicated that Mazaya (Elite) postpaid package subscribers can recover the full amount they paid for the device, in addition to using their free monthly package of (voice calls, SMSs, and Internet data), inside and outside the Zain KSA network.

Zain KSA stresses that it always seeks to provide the best options for its subscribers through its offers and services in the world of telecommunications and information technology.

This comes in line with the company's great interest to enhance its services, to ensure highest quality possible, which makes its subscribers in the forefront of mobile communications users in the Kingdom.

Zain KSA recently provided free 4G (LTE) data services to voice service subscribers. They need to send (4G) to the number (959) via their postpaid and prepaid lines to enjoy the 4G services.

___ (c)2012 the Arab News (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia) Visit the Arab News (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia) at www.arabnews.com Distributed by MCT Information Services

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