Etisalat offers new discounts for businesses
Abu Dhabi, February 24, 2010
Etisalat has launched a new scheme for businesses, offering an additional 20 per cent discount on the current international direct dialing (IDD) rates, for calls made to any three countries of their choice on business landlines.
The Favourite Country Plan is applicable to all calls made on landlines and gives customers the flexibility to choose any three countries best suited for their frequent calling requirements.
This is in addition to the existing off-peak rates currently available to customers around the clock, thereby giving savings of up to 55 per cent on their selected countries as per the plan, a statement said.
Etisalat’s new introduction will also aid companies in their day-to-day interaction with partners, suppliers and employees across the globe, with a better control on monthly communication spends.
The plan is also valid for landlines provided at the residence of company employees where the landlines are in the company’s name with applicable business line charges.
“Etisalat is totally committed to offer increased ways of more cost effective communication to businesses in the UAE,” said Abdulla Hashim, senior VP, business solutions at Etisalat.
“The Favourite Country Plan on landlines for businesses has been introduced to ensure maximum customer ease and savings, especially at a time when cost efficiencies are a priority given the current economic climate,” he added.
Businesses also have the flexibility to subscribe to the Favourite Country plan, on single or multiple landlines at a minimal monthly fee of Dh20 ($5.45) per month per line, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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