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Kall me, wherever you are

Etisalat has introduced roaming service Kallemni for its Wasel customers. Now it is much easier to stay in touch while out of the country.

Etisalat has launchd its Kallemni (Call Me) service for WASEL customers, which is designed to make holidays more enjoyable by making it easier to stay in touch with friends and family.

The new service enables pre-paid Wasel mobiles to use a roaming facility and request anyone in the UAE to call them back while they are vacationing overseas.

Pre-paid mobile customers can use the WASEL roaming facility in 100 countries to make a free request for someone in the UAE to call them back.

To send a call request, the WASEL roaming customer needs to dial: *188* destination number # then press send, for English, and *199* destination number # then press send, for Arabic.

Mohammed Al Fahim, Executive Vice President Marketing at Etisalat says: “For pre-paid WASEL customers travelling outside of the UAE, Kallemni provides a convenient and simple solution to contact anyone here in the Emirates via a mobile or landline phone.

"With Kallemni, the caller can request a return call anywhere in 100 countries as long as their pre-paid WASEL card has sufficient credit to cover roaming charges. The UAE caller pays only local mobile phone rates.”

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