Matrix Cellular launches new MENA sim card

Matrix Cellular, an international telecommunication provider in India, has announced the launch of a new SIM card for customers in the Middle East and North Africa.
The new SIM card will allow Matrix customers to receive free incoming calls and a post-paid connection regionally.

The new sim card will allow customers to have free incoming calls and a post-paid connection regionally (image: Matrix Cellular)

The service will cut down on roaming charges throughout the region.

The service is available in Bahrain, Burkina Faso, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Chad, Niger and Saudi Arabia. The company has also offered the service without any activation, deactivation or delivery charges.

“We at Matrix understand that our customers want to constantly stay connected to their peers from anywhere across the world and are always looking for best value deals. The launch of the new SIM card for Middle East and Africa is another milestone in our relentless pursuit of keeping our customers stay connected across the globe with convenient and cost effective solutions,” said Arun Batra, the chief executive officer of Matrix Cellular.

Sarah Sheffer