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Etisalat extends free WiFi during Eid

Any individual with a UAE mobile number can access the UAE WiFi by Etisalat high-speed service

Etisalat extends free WiFi during Eid
Wi-Fi available in key public locations in the UAE.

UAE residents can enjoy free WiFi during the upcoming Eid Al Adha holidays.

Etisalat announced that any individual with a UAE mobile number, including from rival du, can access its high-speed service UAE WiFi by Etisalat for free wherever it’s available in the UAE from 30 August-9 September 2017.

Etisalat offers a tiered package for access to its countrywide WiFi hotspots, ranging from 5 hours to 30 hours depending on customer data subscription. Non-subscribers are charged 5 Dirhams for unlimited daily access.   

The service is available in key public locations in the UAE including shopping malls, parks, beaches, entertainment and sports venues, airports among others.

Etisalat’s chief consumer officer, Khaled ElKhouly said: “In the festive spirit of Eid Al Adha, we want to be part of our customers’ celebration, ensuring they stay fully connected to their families and friends. Customers will experience high speed and quality free across Etisalat’s public WiFi network to exchange greetings, share photos, access social networking websites and surf online.”

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