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How to sign up for Khaleej Times alerts on WhatsApp

Filed on July 26, 2018 | Last updated on October 22, 2018 at 05.21 pm

The first English daily in the country to offer this service.

Khaleej Times, the UAE's first English language newspaper, has added another feather to its cap.

Bringing the news closer to you than ever before, Khaleej Times will now offer breaking news, views, trends and videos daily on WhatsApp. FREE of cost. Here's how to get started.

What to expect

We'll send you three to four big stories every day. They could be the latest news, opinion pieces, an infographic, a video, or even a feature.

We will also send you updates of important local and global stories as they unfold.

We welcome your direct replies, though we won't be able to reply to each one. Any message you send us will be received directly by us and can't be viewed by anyone else.

How to subscribe

First, make sure you have WhatsApp on your phone. If you don't, you can download it on the App Store for iOS, or Google Play store for Android.

Then, tap the button below to add us as a contact in WhatsApp. (If you can't view that, click here to begin.)



How to unsubscribe

To opt out from receiving all updates from Khaleej Times on WhatsApp, message "Stop".

How your data will be used

Khaleej Times will only use your phone number to send updates via WhatsApp. To view the privacy policy of MessengerPeople (formerly WhatsBroadcast), the service provider that delivers our messages, click here.

Where else to find Khaleej Times coverage

We're also on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

Step-by-step video guide


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