Fujifilm, an international group founded in Japan, and
Ooredoo, first telecommunications operator in Tunisia, join forces to offer
the operator’s Tunisian subscribers an innovative digital photo printing solution.
Customers will be able to print photos at–store kiosks by logging into My
A digital solution centered on social networks
From their mobile phone, Ooredoo Tunisia subscribers can select photos and print them
very easily in three different print formats: “vintage”, “square” or “postcard”.
All the subscriber has to do is select photos and formats, then finalize the operation by
pay for prints with credit from their Ooredoo account. No credit card or cash
payment is required. A code is immediately sent by SMS, which allows the
photos to print in seconds at a timef the 20 kiosks set up in Ooredoo
stores. Printed on professional quality Fujifilm photo paper.
An innovative partnership
This useful service is launched for the first time in Tunisia. It comes as part of
the leading operator strategy of diversification of services to subscribers and centralization
on the My Ooredoo app.
“We are proud to partner with Fujifilm and play a key role in digital
transformation of Tunisia. As a leading telecommunications operator, with innovation at heart
of our strategy, this partnership fits perfectly into our identity, our vision and our values. We
look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with our partners,” noted
Mansoor Rashed El Khater, CEO of Ooredoo Tunisia.
As a partner of Ooredoo in Tunisia, Fujifilm relies on its strong expertise in photography
and its leading position in image processing.
“We are very happy to announce this partnership with Ooredoo in Tunisia. Thanks to
our expertise in photography and image processing, we offer you a new and innovative
experience to the operator’s subscribers. Through this alliance, we hope to build a solid
basis for the development of new joint projects in the country. The partnership too
illustrates Fujifilm’s commitment to rolling out new businessand offers in Africa,
to meet the specific needs and uses of the territory”, adds Elliot Moreau,
Africa Manager at Fujifilm.