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E-Vision provides service information online

E-Vision, the cable TV division of Etisalat, introduces a new Web site and confirms plans to expand coverage areas.

E-Vision, the cable TV division of Etisalat, has introduced a new Web site that offers paid-up and interested subscribers a host of information on the service. www.evision.co.ae provides details of over 80 channels available on E-Vision, news and promotions, and contact details, in English and Arabic.

The site also provides an online customer feedback mechanism and direct e-mail access to the E-Vision customer service centre.

“The Web site has been developed specifically for our subscribers and people interested in the E-Vision service, to provide them with up to date information at the click of a button,” said Humaid Rashid Sahoo, E-Vision’s chief executive officer. “The Web site offers the ultimate in customer convenience and is a simple way to access a range of information about E-Vision, including the packages available, new interactive services and current service coverage areas.”

E-Vision has just confirmed that it is rapidly expanding its coverage areas in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. It is planning to expand the service to other emirates in the near future.

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