An end to spam in the UAE?

A new TRA policy, due to come into force today should mean more consumer control over 'unsolicited marketing messages', but the policy, and its rules, are nowhere to be seen

Tags: Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company Etisalat International - UAESpamStandard Chartered BankTelecommunications Regulatory Authority - UAEUnited Arab Emirates
3278 days ago
Adnan

UAE really requires some radical changes in privacy policy. Hope that will be done soon.

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3280 days ago
Ramzi

I can not wait for the telecommunication co. to stop these pesty messages. Not only that but while I was abroad this year, my tel was roaming and I must have received not less than 10 - 15 messages, which were charged to my account at 7 AED each. It drained my whole phone credit and was left with nothing. It really upsets me that THEY send the messages and they charge me for them.

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