UAE telecom giant Etisalat has announced a new range of promotional offers for GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2012 that will provide better value for business customers.
All promotional offers provide outstanding savings for both new and existing Etisalat customers, and are valid from the start of GITEX on 14 October 2012 to 13 January 2013.
Customers using Pro Connect, a low-cost IP entry-level service that allows small-to-medium businesses to connect all of their sites privately using Etisalat’s MPLS network, will have their one-time installation fee waived during the promotional period.
Businesses utilising Etisalat’s IP Connect and Xpress Connect service, which provides an intranet link from the head office to remote sites, will also benefit from the Gitex 2012 promotional offer of one month free subscription and free set-up for each of these services.
There is also a special promotion for Etisalat’s Internet Dedicated Access service which offers LAN users of large organisations symmetric and unlimited access to the Internet with a dedicated high-speed connection on bandwidths of up to 1Gbps. New customers will receive one month free rental and free installation on sign-up to a one year contract while existing customers will also receive one month free rental and free upgrade to a higher bandwidth/speed when re-signing during the promotional period with a one-year contract.
At its booth in Zabeel Hall, Etisalat is drawing attention to numerous innovations, including the latest technological innovations such as its LTE network.
Indeed, Etisalat recently announced the completion of the highest LTE speed test in the world, reaching speeds of 300 Mbps. This speed is a breakthrough for the international telecoms industry and establishes Etisalat as a global leader in mobile broadband.
In the first phase of its 4G LTE rollout, Etisalat has deployed around 1,000 base stations. The current LTE footprint spans major cities in the UAE covering 80% of the country’s population. Etisalat is working to add new stations to cover more than 85% of the country, targeting major buildings, commercial centres, airports and other significant locations.