Etisalat launches My Business Plan
Dubai, June 17, 2012
UAE's leading telecom operator Etisalat said it has launched its new “My Business Plan” package that will enhance the current offering to provide cost-effective and flexible solutions for business customers.
The new package promises to deliver an unmatched mobility experience combined with enhanced convenience and increased saving, said a statement from Etisalat.
It offers postpaid business customers increased number of local & international minutes, text messages and data within the same monthly subscription.
Furthermore, customers have the option of choosing from a range of free or discounted Smartphone devices, or local minutes, international minutes, data, business group minutes or opt for reduced rental by signing up for a 12 months contract, it stated.
My Business Plan gives flexibility to customers to select packages as per their business needs and also allows them to switch between packages each month without any additional charges.
Business customers will also now be able to customize their mobile postpaid packages to suit their business needs by choosing an appropriate bundle package. All new postpaid activations on this package will be eligible for cash back offers, said the statement.
The add-on features on any package, including international voice minutes, data, text messages or business group minutes can now be attached with an existing package, enabling greater flexibility and discounts, it added.
To optimize the benefit for users, Etisalat has also introduced a new fourth bundle package called Mega for high-usage mobile customers which includes 2500 minutes, 2 GB of data, 600 minutes of international calls & 600 local text messages.
"My Business Plan packages offer the best value proposition in terms of business mobility, scalability and cost-effectiveness in the UAE today,” explained Abdulla Al Ahmed, SVP Business solution - Etisalat.
“This is validated by the number of new subscriptions we have received over the past 18 months and the ongoing popularity of the service among businesses looking for flexible voice packages and secure internet connectivity," he said.-TradeArabia News Service
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