Etisalat launches reserve credit for prepaid
Abu Dhabi, June 25, 2013
Etisalat, one of the largest telecom operators in the region, has launched a reserve credit privilege that enables prepaid customers to make calls or send text messages even without credit.
The service offers users credit of up to Dh35 ($9.5) and moves them to temporary tariff when their credit reaches zero.
While using Reserve Credit, calls cost an additional 5 fils per minute or 5 fils per SMS. The credit available ranges from Dh5 to Dh35, depending on the customer’s previous usage. The reserve credit amount consumed will be deducted from the customer’s next recharge.
“The launch of this new service is our way of appreciating our loyal prepaid customers for their continued trust in Etisalat, and is a reflection of our ongoing commitment to find new ways to improve convenience for our customers,” said Khaled El Khouly, chief marketing officer, Etisalat.
“We will continue to focus on introducing more such innovative services that offer unparalleled value and flexibility for the customer.”
The new service will be available for customers who have completed at least three months on Etisalat network. Reserve Credit is available with all prepaid tariffs and packages. – TradeArabia News Service
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