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Etisalat launches new data plans
Daily unlimited data for only Dh5
I agree with Mr. Dilip, etisalat should think about international data pakages for iPhone users
George, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
The Dh5 daily package is far from 'unlimited' - 25mb of data usage, which won't get you far. At least etisalat is trying to be competitive, however they are still no cheaper than du.
Adam, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
I absoluted agreed with Mr. Bobby's comment....
Sathar, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Good news but It will take time to activate!
Peds, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
etisalat now also must open Skype blocked site since none others blocking Skpe use.
Mohammad Dawood, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
The etisalat internet package pricing has to be reduced as compared to countries around it's still very expensive and that's one of the reasons its competitor du has grown.
Bobby, Dubai, India
long awaited, but still some other's are cheaper, like in other countries
joy varghese, alain, United Arab Emirates
Etisalat has to now think of plans with international roaming data plans introduced to its smartphone users. Currently only Blackberry enjoys this support with a monthly unlimited global package. Having something similar for the iPhone and Android users will also see sales increasing by leaps and bounds, as roaming data charges prove to be another major drain on the pockets for a regular traveller.
Dilip, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
When will they come down to a world price? Unfair! And du has a package of 40MB which is good for a whole month and charges Dh20. It's high time ... new players enter the market for some stiff competition.
Sam, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Nice. Etisalat is slowly giving life to my mobile and other smart devices. Thanks for this move. you need to get a bit more cheaper.
Mohammad, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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