STC GCC International Calls Packages
If you are in Saudi Arabia and calling any GCC country. You might be wasting a lot of your mobile credit balance. You can save your balance by activating a monthly STC international calls package for UAE, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, and Kuwait.
There are two packages available at STC right now. The 250 minutes and 150 minutes packages. I am going to show you the complete overview including prices, activation, and deactivation codes for these two packs. So, let’s get started…
STC GCC Calls Packages Monthly
As I have mentioned before, you can save a lot of your mobile balance with the STC international calling plans for GCC countries. These calls will charge as per 1-minute duration. However, these auto-renewal enabled packages. Moreover, the prices (below) are VAT 15% inclusive. Anyways, have a look at the following packages for GCC international calling packages.
250 Minutes for GCC Countries
You can enjoy total calls of 250 minutes to all GCC countries for SAR 115.00 only. The validity of the package is 1 month. However, you can easily subscribe to 250 minutes package by sending 4256 to 900 in an SMS. Moreover, the package will renew automatically. So, if you want to cancel it, then send 4247 to 900 in an SMS.
150 Minutes for GCC Countries
Need a budget plan, go with 150 minutes package on the STC network in the Kingdom. Get 150 minutes valid for 1 month for only SAR 69.00. You can activate the 150 minutes package by sending the code 4253 to 900 via SMS. For your information, this package will renew automatically. So, you can easily deactivate it by sending 4254 to 900 from your STC number.
Countries List for STC GCC Calls Packages
The above two packages are available for only prepaid STC users in the Kingdom. However, here is the countries list for STC international calls/minutes:
These are the eligible countries you can use the 150, and 250 minutes for. You cannot use these minutes for local calling or to any other country. There are other international calling packs you can use. For more information, you can comment below or call 900 for further assistance.