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Telco operators offer new incentives for Ramadan

Du cuctomers can send 1000 SMS for just Dh10 this holy month

  • By Naushad K. Cherrayil
, Staff Reporter
  • Published: 00:00 July 20, 2012
  • Gulf News

Dubai: Reflecting the spirit and values of Ramadan, both the telco operators are offering new incentives and offers that will enable its customers to spread seasonal joy to their friends and loved ones.

Etisalat customers can call their families and loved ones living abroad, at a flat off-peak international calling rate offered throughout the first three days of the holy month.

“This year we want to give back to the people of the UAE in ways that are meaningful for our customers. We have introduced offers and initiatives for keeping in touch with their loved ones and contribute to their communities throughout the holy month,” said Farid Faraidooni, Chief Commercial Officer, du.

All du customers will be able to receive free calls and access data on their du mobile free of charge while roaming on any network in Saudi Arabia for performing Umrah.

Du customers can call families and friends, wherever they are, at just one fils per second with du’s International calling offer.

All post-paid customers of du will enjoy free minutes and SMS for national and international usage, in additional to data and special offers on international and roaming rates.

For just Dh10, all customers with a du mobile line will get 1000 SMS to send for just one fils per SMS. The offer is valid for all national and international SMS to all du users, sent between July 19 and August 18.

“Du’s customers will get an exclusive Ramadan experience through a soon-to-be announced partnership and several unprecedented offers for its customers that are tailored specifically to meet their needs during this special time,” Faraidooni said.

 

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