Etisalat to launch special offers at Gitex Shopper
Abu Dhabi, October 9, 2011
Etisalat, the leading telecom services provider in the UAE, will launch limited time promotions for individual and business customers at the Gitex Shopper opening today (October 8) in Dubai.
Gitex Shopper, a leading retail consumer electronics show will run until October 15 at Airport Expo Dubai.
Etisalat is offering new and existing customers upgrading to eLife 1Mb, 4Mb and 8Mb double play or triple play services five months free rental, free 50 international calling minutes for five months and 50 More loyalty program points.
BlackBerry postpaid customers subscribing to Etisalat’s BlackBerry Basic or Premium packages get BlackBerry 9900 at a heavily discounted price of Dh1299 ($353).
Black Berry prepaid customers get six months of free BlackBerry service on purchase of BlackBerry 9900 at Dh2599.
“Gitex Shopper is a haven for buyers looking for the best in technology from world-class brands, offered at unbeatable prices. In our fourth consecutive year at Gitex Shopper, we promise to live up to their expectations and demand. We are delighted to offer them an unrivalled range of value-packed deals and bundled promotions on Voice, Internet, Multimedia and TV services,” said Matthew Willsher, chief marketing officer at Etisalat.
“I take this opportunity to invite everyone to visit Etisalat’s stands at GulfComms, Zabeel Hall (ZA1) and Gitex Shopper for consumer electronics at the Exhibition Centre, Dubai International Airport,” he added.
Customers can also partake in the shopping bonanza with daily ‘Happy Days’ deals that will be publicised at Gitex Shopper, he said. – TradeArabia News Service
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