Etisalat offers special Eid treat for families
Abu Dhabi, August 27, 2011
UAE telecom operator Etisalat is offering 'family entertainment treat' for its eLife Triple Play and e-vision customers, by opening most of its premium TV Channels for free viewing during the Eid holidays.
During the Eid holidays, eLife Triple Play and e-vision customers will be able to enjoy Premium TV packages at no cost.
The free viewing will include High Definition (HD) channels as well as popular Premium channels from OSN, Abu Dhabi Media (with English Premier League match telecasts), Pehla, Firstnet, ART, TFC, ZEE Family, UTV, NDTV, Times Group and many more options for quality entertainment for families.
Commenting on the initiative, Rashed Majed Al Abbbar, vice president, Home Products at Etisalat. said: 'We are delighted to offer this special festive gift for our customers, who can now enjoy premium television content of their choice, at no cost.'
This initiative is a small gesture from us to acknowledge our loyal subscribers and to share the joy of the festive season with the Eid holidays in their home,' he remarked.
'Etisalat offers eLife TV services through its fibre optic network. eLife is a leading source for regional entertainment in the UAE to offer over 300 TV channels in 21 languages, ranging from sports to movies, from documentaries to music and kid's channels in addition to 30 high definition premium channels.'
The comprehensive entertainment offerings include 15 Premium TV packages from all the major TV providers like OSN, ART, Pehla, Firstnet, TFC, Pinoy Plus, Abu Dhabi Media, Al Jazeera and many more, in addition to the Choice Basic packages.-TradeArabia News Service
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