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Etisalat launches premium business plan for SMBs

Business Quick Start-Premium packages will start from AED 975 per month

Etisalat launches premium business plan for SMBs
The upgraded Business Quick Start-Premium service includes 33% faster broadband speeds.

Telecom operator Etisalat has unveiled a premium business package for small and medium businesses in the UAE, offering faster broadband speeds.

The upgraded Business Quick Start-Premium service includes 33% faster broadband speeds, high-end devices and a fixed voice line with 200 minutes. Furthermore, Etisalat aims to drive digitalisation by offering value added services, such as a domain name, web storage, email accounts and internet security licences.

John Lincoln, senior vice president, Small and Medium Business, Etisalat said: "Etisalat works closely with the SMB sector to understand their requirements and help them enhance their business effectiveness and efficiency.

"Our continuous interaction with our customers helps us innovate and provide best-in-class solutions to meet their current and future business objectives. The launch of the new Business Quick Start-Premium is our continued commitment to SMBs providing them value additions of speed and high-end devices at affordable costs to enable and support their business growth."

The packages start from 20Mbps bundle at a rental of AED 975 per month and customers can choose their bundled devices from a wide range of options including desktops, laptops, tablets, printers, projectors and security cameras.

The package first launched in 2014 as Business Quick Start and was a popular service among SMB customers.

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