E-Vision launches summer promotion
Dubai, June 24, 2008
E-Vision, the leading cable TV provider in the region which is part of Etisalat, has launched a summer promotion for its customers in association with Lulu Hypermarkets.
The promotion will give television viewers in the UAE an opportunity to experience the best in cable TV entertainment during the summer months.
The promotion started on June 22 and will end on August 31, 2008. Customers who sign up for E-Vision packages during this period will get free gift vouchers from Lulu Hypermarkets worth Dh150 ($40.8) in addition to saving Dh250 in installation costs, said an official spokesman.
They will also get to watch up to four movies worth Dh30 for free on eView in addition to getting free maintenance when they subscribe during this period.
“This latest offer from E-Vision is a great opportunity for customers to experience the ultimate choice in TV entertainment available with our bouquet of packages,” said director product marketing, E-Vision, Latifa Fekri.
“We are very happy to partner with an established retail brand like Lulu Hypermarkets in this promotion. This exciting promotion comes as part of our ongoing commitment to provide customers with superior quality cable TV experience and significant savings,” added Fekri.
E-Vision is the leading regional source to offer over 230 TV channels, in 21 different languages, ranging from sports to movies, from documentaries to music and kid's channels.
E-Vision's product line-up includes 15 premium packages from all the major TV providers like Showtime, Orbit, ART, Pehla, Firstnet, TFC, Pinoy Plus and many more, in addition to the E-Vision Basic package. – TradeArabia News Service
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