Etisalat offers advance tech to Fujairah Free Zone

Etisalat will provide priority services to the free zone tenants


Etisalat and Fujairah Free Zone have signed a partnership to deliver, on priority, advanced telecom and ICT services to the free zone tenants with direct access to Etisalat services.

Sheikh Engineer Mohammed bin Hamad bin Saif Al Sharqi, Director of the Department of E-Government; Saleh Al Abdooli, Etisalat UAE CEO; Sharif Habib Al Awadhi, Director General of the Fujairah Free Zone and Abdul Aziz Taryam, CEO Advisor attended to the signature.

The agreement enables Etisalat implement global best practices to meet the telecommunication and ICT requirements of the free zone, and meet specific current and future growth objectives of the Fujairah Free Zone.

Abdul Aziz Taryam, CEO Advisor, says: “In cooperation with the Fujairah Free Zone, we are keen to meet specific business needs of companies based in the free zone and enable higher efficiencies by delivering world-class ICT and telecom services.”

Sharif Habib Al Awadhi, Director General of the Fujairah Free Zone, said: “We are keen to benefit from Etisalat’s vast experience in the field of telecommunications and ICT services. An agreement of this nature with the largest operator in the Middle East will help us apply the latest, most advanced ICT solutions, consequently creating value for tenants of the free zone and creating a favourable environment for international companies to do business here.”  

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