Vodafone Qatar has been rated as a ‘Premium Operator’ for their roaming services by the GSMA Association for the second year in a row.
The GSMA Association represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide, uniting nearly 800 operators with more than 300 companies in the broader mobile ecosystem, including handset and device makers, software companies, equipment providers, and Internet companies, as well as organisations in adjacent industry sectors.
Every year the association launches a compliance scorecard to rate operators’ compliance with the latest roaming standards and Vodafone Qatar received the highest score rating again this year.
Vodafone Qatar CEO Ian Gray said: “We are delighted that, once again, GSMA has recognised our premier roaming standard. At Vodafone, we know how important it is for customers to have high-quality roaming services allowing them to confidently connect abroad.
“Vodafone globally maintains a leading roaming position and thanks to being part of the world’s largest network, we in Qatar are able to give our customers the widest roaming footprint and the widest 4G coverage.”
When customers roam with Vodafone Qatar they can use their phone for calls and data all around the world with 607 roaming partners all over the world with 4G roaming available in 74 destinations. This is the widest roaming footprint not only in Qatar but the GCC, Vodafone said.
Customers are assured of network coverage while flying with Vodafone’s roaming services on more than 400 international airlines. Moreover, with the ocean covering 70% of the planet, when customers sail with Vodafone they will be able to call, SMS and send e-mails with Vodafone’s maritime roaming services.
On top of this, Vodafone’s Passport pack supports roaming in 78 countries for QR100 a week and with Vodafone Global Data, Red Postpaid plans customers can use their local in-plan data, globally for free.
For more information on Vodafone roaming, visit www.vodafone.qa/roaming