E-Vision unveils summer promotion
Dubai, July 25, 2010
E-Vision, part of Etisalat and the leading cable TV provider in the region, has announced an attractive summer promotion for new customers.
New customers subscribing to E-Vision packages will get free installation, decoder, and maintenance under the promotion which runs till September 15.
New customers to E-Vision will also have the chance to access all of E-Vision’s 300 TV channels from all the premium channels providers namely OSN (Orbit Showtime Network), ART, e-Pehla, e-Firstnet, TFC and Pinoy for two weeks.
Existing customers can also enjoy the two weeks unlimited access to all channels offer provided they upgrade to a higher package or add a second premium package to their current subscription.
“E-Vision is constantly looking at ways to offer a more affordable cable TV experience and offers like these are a great opportunity for customers to enjoy their favourite channels,” said Humaid Rashid Sahoo, chief executive, E-Vision.
E-Vision is the leading regional source to offer over 300 TV channels, in 21 different languages, ranging from sports to movies, from documentaries to music and kid's channels.-TradeArabia News Service
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