Etisalat launches another unlimited plan
UAE's first 'unlimited calling' for executives and professionals.
Etisalat announced the launch of 'Unlimited Calling' for business executives and professionals - for the first time in UAE on Wednesday. The package offers unlimited local and international calls on select plans.
This follows the recent success of the launch of the new 'Freedom Unlimited' plans, offering postpaid customer's unlimited local and international calls.
Now businesses can make unlimited local calls across UAE on the 'Business Infinite' postpaid plan priced at Dh350 and enjoy both unlimited local and international calls on the Dh600 plan.
Free roaming minutes, GBs of mobile data (local and roaming), and a free gold VIP number await businesses opting for higher rental plans.
Customers can enjoy 500 incoming and 100 outgoing roaming minutes as well as 100GB of national data and 1GB of roaming data on the Dh900 plan.
The Dh1,200 plan get to enjoy 1,000 incoming and 200 outgoing roaming minutes as well as 125GB national data and 2GB roaming data.
Salvador Anglada, Group Chief Business Officer, Etisalat, said: "Today's announcement will enable businesses to seamlessly connect as well as save on their local and international calls."
Etisalat business customers can make unlimited calls to mobile, or fixed numbers in the UAE, or majority of international destinations - enabling them to talk non-stop with their business associates and freely connect with their counterparts outside UAE.
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