Etisalat launches 'Business Tablet' offer
Dubai, October 2, 2013
Etisalat, the leading telecom operator in the Middle East and Africa, today announced its ‘Business Tablet’ offering, a set of flexible device and data bundles that allow all levels of business users access to the latest tablets without any up-front expense.
The 'Business Tablet' bundles provide customers with a wide choice of tablets, including the 4G LTE Retina display iPads, 4G LTE iPad Minis, the 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
All of these tablets, apart from the Samsung Galaxy Tab, will allow users to enjoy Etisalat’s superfast 4G LTE network, which covers 80 per cent of the UAE’s populated area, said a statement.
Device costs can be split over either a one year contract or a two year contract, with repayments from Dh67 per month. The prices are structured to give business users more flexibility in their tablet choice as well as transparency on their monthly costs, it said.
The Business Tablet data plans come in four varieties, offering monthly rates of Dh99 (1 GB), Dh219 (5 GB), Dh269 (10 GB), and Dh399 (20 GB). These plans are also available separately to new and existing business customers.
John Lincoln, senior vice president, business marketing, Etisalat UAE, said: “Etisalat continues to innovate in its business offerings with the world’s first zero up-front device and data proposition. We understand that businesses need flexibility and convenience and therefore built these qualities into our Business Tablet offerings. These propositions cut the capital expense for businesses. There is no longer any need to compromise quality for value – with Etisalat’s ‘business simplified’ solution, you can have the duo.”
The Business Tablet can be purchased from Etisalat business centres, Etisalat resellers and from business account managers. - TradeArabia News Service
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