UAE-based telecom operator Etisalat has launched a new Wasel promotion today, offering Wasel prepaid customers the chance to get back 100 per cent spends made on local calls, as free credit.
During the promotion that starts today,
Prepaid International Forum (PIF), an international not-for-profit trade association, has highlighted the programme for its upcoming Middle East Chapter meeting in Dubai.
The meeting will be held at the Dusit Thani Dubai on Februa
The emerging trends of the regional and global prepaid market will be the focus of an upcoming summit in Dubai.
The fifth annual Prepaid Summit: Middle East will take place on March 19 at the Conrad Hotel.
Globalstar Europe Satellite Services, a leading provider of mobile satellite voice and data services, has launched its new pre-paid service in the Mena region and Europe.
The services comes without a contract, allowing for seasona
Etisalat, a leading telecom services provider in the UAE, has introduced special roaming rates in 190 countries.
With a network of 680 international roaming partners, Etisalat allows prepaid and post-paid customers to use their ph
UAE telecom operator Etisalat has launched a new 100 MB monthly data package for its pre-paid Wasl customers.
The new package, priced at Dh29 ($7.9), is aimed at low data users for helping them to do light browsing and email, said
UAE telecom operator Etisalat has launched its new international call tariff of one fils per second to all Wasel prepaid customers.
It is available to a list of 135 countries, including all GCC members, the UK, US, Syria, Sudan, Y
Etisalat, UAE’s leading telecom operator, has launched its new tiered business pre-paid plans with flexible options.
This first-of-its-kind proposition provides a comprehensive multi-levelled set of pre-paid offers for
UAE-based telecom operator du has launched its ‘Call Home for less’ offer, for international calling for prepaid customers in the country.
Customers can call any network across nine countries for a call set-up fee as l
Etisalat, one of the largest telecom operators in the region, has launched a reserve credit privilege that enables prepaid customers to make calls or send text messages even without credit.
The service offers users credit of up to