stc Bahrain enhances its in-store experience with new shop at Alsayah Square

By Arya M Nair, Intern Reporter
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Bahrain-based telecommunication company, stc Bahrain has announced the opening of its express shop at the Alsayah Square, the first commercial and medical complex of its kind in the heart of Busaiteen.

stc Bahrain, a market leader in Bahrain’s telecom sector, will be the first telecom shop at Alsayah Square, offering residents of Muharraq modern communication services. The residents will soon have access to the new retail outlet located near Mega Mart, the largest supermarket in Busaiteen.

The new stc express shop in Alsayah Square aims to strengthen the company’s presence in the community by providing customers with reliable service in a relaxed and comfortable environment, enhancing their in-store experience. 

Alsayah Square’s strategic location appeals to not only the surrounding community but also visitors to the Muharraq Governorate. Customers will have quicker access to pick up the latest devices, test them, and even rely on expert advice to help decide based on their needs.

Alsayah Square is a mixed-use development that includes a retail and medical complex within the mall. A one-of-a-kind shopping destination with a supermarket, pharmacy, gym, banking, and telecom services, and international restaurants & cafes with ample outdoor seating areas are intended to accentuate the dining experience.

Spread over an area of 100,000 square feet the retail complex has internationally recognized brands such as McDonald’s, Dunkin’, Krispy Kreme and Baskin Robbins. Prominent brands like Pizza Hut and Roast are soon to open at the complex.

A senior representative from Alsayah Square commented, “With the addition of a telecom operator at the community mall, we aim to cater to those who can simply walk into the store and discover the latest devices and accessories rather than commuting to other far-away branches.”

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