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Du seals Dubai Airport Freezone deal

Dubai, December 19, 2011

The UAE's integrated telecom service provider du has inked a strategic partnership deal with Dubai Airport Freezone (Dafza) to provide a comprehensive suite of integrated services to the companies in the free zone.

The agreement was signed by Osman Sultan, CEO of du, and Dr Mohammed Al Zarooni, director general, Dubai Airport Freezone, in the presence of Farid Faraidooni, du chief commercial officer and other officials.

The partnership will offer an all-inclusive service that will provide wide-ranging state-of-the-art telecom facilities to the award-winning free zone, said the two officials after signing the deal.

In addition to the full suite of broadcast, mobile and fixed telecom services, du will also offer customised business solutions and dedicated account and project managers, taking advantage of its advanced network, they added.

Dr Al Zarooni said, “This strategic alignment with du is a win-win agreement, and will surely help our clients in the Freezone  to achieve their goals, by utilising the integrated set of telecom products and services that the partnership is providing.'

According to Sultan, the partnership with Dafza was a strategic step for the company.

“We are confident that our innovative business solutions will enable Dafza customers to achieve their targets in the most efficient way, while benefiting from the exclusive packages that we are offering them,” he added.

Under the scheme, all Dafza enterprise customers will be able to avail the best value propositions and benefits, such as real business broadband and business voice – call select or fixed voice services to 190 countries, said the company.

Du will also offer business super plans, favourable enterprise-specific handset offers, and the choice of the mobile broadband HSPA+ (4G) network in the populated areas in the UAE, it added.-TradeArabia News Service 




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