Etisalat launches promotions for businesses at Gitex
Dubai, October 6, 2011
Etisalat Business Solutions today announced attractive promotions that will provide customers substantial savings on business connectivity and messaging services.
Announced to coincide with the Gitex Technology Week 2011 which begins in Dubai on October 9, most of these promotions will continue till the year end, the company said.
From a business connectivity perspective, Etisalat is offering a one month rental waiver for its Xpress Connect service, which provides a scalable Layer 2 Ethernet VPN service with Point -to-Point and point to multi-point connectivity.
For Global IPVPN all new subscriptions on A end and B end will be eligible for a 15 per cent discount on the UAE transfer port price only for a period of three months.
Etisalat is also offering a one month rental waiver for its IP Connect service. The service provides a scalable Layer 3 Ethernet VPN service with any to any connectivity, validity of promotion is one month. Also, during Gitex, the IP Connect service will be made available to existing customers with more bandwidth but at the same price, effectively valid for three months.
Etisalat is also offering savings on its BusinessOne Super and My Business Plan packages. New customers subscribing for BusinessOne Super can enjoy discounted rental for the first three months, and existing BusinessOne Super customers can avail more bandwidth at the same cost for three months.
Etisalat is also offering attractive cash back of Dh125 on My Business Plan activations.
From a Business Messaging perspective, Etisalat is waiving off the one time installation charges worth Dh3000 for its interactive QuickServe service. Based on USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Services Data) platform, QuickServe is an ‘instant messaging type’ phone service that allows a customer to initiate and access information from any mobile handset by typing a simple star-hash (*#) command. This promotion is valid for one month.
Besides this, Etisalat is also waiving off the one time connection fee of Dh5000 and one month rental of Dh2400 for its value SMS service. Businesses subscribing for Value SMS service in the next one month will be able to avail this offer, the company said.
For Managed Services, Etisalat is also waiving one time installation charges for Managed WAN Service and Managed Remote access service that can be availed by customers till the end of the year and January 8, 2012, respectively.
Etisalat is also launching a ”90 days free subscription” promotion on its Shared Web Hosting service, targeting SMB and Consumers. Subscribers will be entitled to additional three months subscription at no extra cost after signing a 12-month contract, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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