Terrible conflict resolution capabilities For no reason STC added SR 300 as a penalty on my bill. I launched many complains but they close automatically without any justification! I visited once to their office but even no luck... it's just like they steal money openly and you can't do anything. ..either we pay or leave stc.
Very bad update.. Very very bad update.. Every thing is coming soon.. So why u update if nothing works. At last the old one it's work.. Than now all developer Going to THE MATREAIL DESIN.. Why u don't do it
Stop working! It was so usful and easy to use, but then it crashes a lot I couldn't login to it.
التحديث الجديد لايعمل ياشين الفلسفه اللى مالها داعى...لكم شهر عشان تعالجون مشاكل التحديث ولاصار شى..كأنكم بتحلون مشكله الشرق الاوسط...ياليتنى ظليت على الاصدار الاول..
في مﻻحظة بعد التحديث 1- عند امالة الجوال ﻻظهار الرسم البياني ﻷعلى مكالمات تظهر اﻷرقام بعكس السابق كان يظهر اﻻسم من جهات اﻻتصال.
Balance Transfer Please allow the balance transfer to the same number for the postpaid subscribers, It's useful for "budget control" account recharge. It was working fine in the previous versions.
New in 3.3.1:
- Fixed issues reported on 3.3.0, thank you for reporting the issues :)
New in 3.3.0:
- Bill Charts
- Number Analytics
- Redesign the Main Menu
- App Search
- Payment of Overdue amounts through Installments
- International Balance Transfer
- Balance Transfer Request
- Manage 4G Access
- Login using National ID
- login using Fingerprint
- User Profile for your numbers
Other bug fixes & enhancements
SAWA Services is a very useful app.that help you to manage most of SAWA services
You months and the most important codes and numbers for each baton networks Vodafone and Orange Communications
You can easily recharge your account without having to enter your ID each time
Discover information and IMEI of your SIM card, and contacts you have stored
Get rid of the trouble of writing your record number of civil every time when you need to charge
Reset your corporate network/domain password from your Android device