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Orange Jordan organises Umrah trip

June 12 - Orange Jordan, one of the largest telecom private sector companies in the country, arranged its tenth annual Umrah trip this week in which more than 90 employees participated. The drive kicked off last Saturday from the company’s training centre in Na’our.

According to media reports, the trip will be eight days long and pilgrims will pay homage to religious sites in Madina and Makkah. Orange Jordan has over 2,500 employees working for it, who are entitled to privileges, compensation, rewards, health and social insurance.

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