Cost-saving mobile data plan works across five devices
Abu Dhabi, UAE, January 18, 2014: Etisalat, the UAE’s telecom service provider, has announced that starting from January 18, it is offering its business mobile post-paid customers an opportunity to share a single data plan across multiple devices, including smartphones, tablets and laptops, thus facilitating multitasking.
Business Multi Share allows connecting up to five simultaneous SIMs under one data plan without having to subscribe to additional data packs, the announcement elaborated.
Etisalatinformed that Business Multi Share data packs start from AED60 for 1GB data allowances per month. In addition, said Etisalat, customers have the option of buying smartphones or tablets at zero upfront charges with its business post-paid plans to use the multi-data access facility optimally.
Etisalatgave further details:Existing customers subscribed to Etisalat’s Business Ultimate or Business Supreme services can register for the new data pack bysending an SMS –MULTI – to 1040. New customers cansubscribe to Business Ultimate or Business Supreme post-paid plans and choose from one of the new Business Multi Share data packs.The new data pack and business post-paid services are available through Etisalat’s account managers, channel partners, business centres or by contacting Etisalat’s dedicated SMB call centre at 800 5800. More details can be obtained at www.etisalat.ae/business.
Commenting on the launch of the service, Salvador Anglada, Chief Business Officer, Etisalat,said: “Staying well connected is paramount with rising demands of our highly urban fast-paced lives. It is more so in a business environment, where users need to work across multiple devices in the office, on the move or at home.”
John Lincoln, Senior Vice President, Small and Medium Businesses (SMB), at Etisalat, added:“The new Business Multi Share service is part of our commitment to help customers grow their businesses. We have developed these data packs in response to the inherent needs of knowledge workers.”