Etisalat unveils New Postpaid package
Abu Dhabi, February 10, 2013
Etisalat has introduced ‘Business Mobile – The New Postpaid' a comprehensive, convenient postpaid business mobility package providing cost-effective and flexible solutions for enterprise, small & medium businesses.
The new package offers advantage of per second billing to create an affordable and agile plan for businesses, a statement from the telecommunications company said.
In the new proposition, business customers will be able to customise the packages to address usage needs for different tiers. The revised rates are lucrative and offer 50 fils ($0.14) per minute on international calls and 20 fils per minutes on local calls.
Etisalat also introduced 3GB data package for a monthly rental of Dh100. These are available as add-ons on top of the base package with rental at Dh100 per month.
In addition to allowing customers to select packages as per their business needs, the New Postpaid allows them to switch between packages each month without any additional charges, the statement said.
With six types of flexible add-ons that can be added on top of the base package, customers can enjoy great value for their money, it said. The add-ons include local minutes, international minutes, data, text messages, intra-company call minutes, or incoming roaming minutes.
Abdullah Al Ahmed, senior vice president for business solutions, Etisalat, said: “The New Postpaid was created with a unique blend of business benefits keeping in mind the industry trend of increased mobile data usage by our business customers.”
“The new plan will offer flexibility, simplicity and incredible value proposition in terms of business mobility services in the UAE. We are highly confident that ‘The New Postpaid’ will prove immensely helpful to our postpaid customers who can determine their needs and design their mobile plan according to personal choice”. – TradeArabia News Service
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