inwi partners with Hakimi for its new “Hyati max flow” campaign

Inwi has signed a partnership with Achraf Hakimi, on this occasion inwi offers exceptional fixed broadband offers accessible to all.

Inwi announced a partnership with Achraf Hakimi for its new campaign called “Hyati max flow”, created during the holy month of Ramadan.

“The star of the national team, Achraf Hakimi has chosen inwi as a partner for a shared ambition. Achraf Hakimi has marked the minds of all Moroccans through his performance on the field but also through his team spirit, his enthusiasm and self-transcendence; so many values ​​that the Moroccan international shares with the global operator”, indicates inwi in a press release.

Also, on the occasion of this new campaign, inwi offers Moroccans exceptional fixed broadband offers accessible to all, which allow them to benefit from optimal connectivity and the best technology. Thus, the subscription to the inwi fiber offer, makes the customer benefit from a 50 mega package, for the exceptional price of 249 DH per month instead of 349 DH, during the first 3 months, says the operator.

In addition, on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan, inwi offers for any new subscription to a mobile or fixed plan, three months of Shahid VIP subscription with a selection of quality content. This limited offer concerns all mobile plans from 99 dhs and all ADSL and fiber subscriptions.

This new campaign is a materialization of inwi’s efforts to effectively meet the growing needs of Moroccans in connectivity and comes better from its positioning as an innovative and avant-garde operator.

The campaign film is available via the link (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LHNtdRWlMk).

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