Etisalat launches two more mobile data plans

Telco also unveils ‘Data Booster’ end-of-month top-up scheme
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Abu Dhabi-based telecoms provider Etisalat today unveiled two new mobile data plans for prepaid and post-paid subscribers.

Customers can pay AED149 for 3GB and AED349 for 10GB. The carrier also announced that its existing 20GB data plan, previously only open to post-paid accounts, would now be available to prepaid customers.

Etisalat also launched Data Booster packs for pre- and post-payers who exceed monthly data allowances. The options are: 100MB for AED20, 500GB for AED40 and 1GB for AED60.

Customers can subscribe from Thursday by sending an SMS - M3G or M10G - to 1010 for 3GB or 10GB plans, or by dialling “*170#”. To subscribe to Data Boosters, customers can send an SMS – ADD100M, ADD500M or ADD1G - to1010, or via *170#. 

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