Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) – Baghdad witnessed the launch of YOOZ at a star-studded event, unveiled by one of Iraq’s leading telecoms, Asiacell. YOOZ is Asiacell’s newest platform that is designed and tailored specifically for the Iraqi youth. Over 15,000 guests attended Sindbad Land which included government officials, diplomats, celebrities, and influencers. YOOZ is a new sim card that allows customers to be in full control of the services they are paying for in addition to getting endless youth-centric benefits.
Amer Sunna, CEO of Asiacell, said: “We are happy to launch YOOZ, from the capital of Iraq. Much like what Baghdad represents to Iraq, YOOZ is a platform that represents the essence of the youth who seek transparency and who want to be in control. The youth are the most diverse group with different needs, now, they have the complete freedom to customize their own bundles and profit from limitless options in total transparency, knowing where every dinar they spend is going.”
“YOOZ promises the youth that it will always be their advocate and supporter, they have been wanting different designed packages that would fit their every need, we listened, and we delivered, now, they oversee their own expenses, this involves flexibility for SMS, Internet and calls services, Mood Cards, free subscription to movies and music streaming apps, exclusive games from Play Store and choosing your own phone number. We aim to serve our customers through both, technical support and CSR projects that would improve the community and increase skills and knowledge,” added Sunna.
Asiacell did not only bring modern technology in the telecommunications field but to the events making as well. Six drummers glowed in the dark as they flew mid-air, announcing the event’s start. The many benefits of YOOZ were illustrated through a majestic presentation that was projected on stage using hologram technology. Enthusiastic hosts including Iraqi influencer Noor Al-Azzawi, ascended the stage and illustrated the transparency, control and youth-oriented benefits that comes with YOOZ.
The launch party continued with a drone show lit up in Baghdad’s sky that had hypnotic lights and the logo of the brand. Light dancers, who flew into Iraq specifically to perform at the event, and the Iraqi artist Sattar Saad fascinated the audience.