Etisalat offers eCloud service to its customers

Customers subscribing to eCloud service will have 10GB of free storage space
Etisalat offers eCloud service to its customers, Value Added Services


Etisalat UAE has launched an eCloud service for its mobile and fixed line (eLife) customers. The operator’s eCloud is a tailor-made storage service that aims to safeguards customers’ personal digital content, and gives them multi-device access on smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers. eLifeTV Set Top Box will soon to be added to the list of devices for eCloud.

Customers subscribing to eCloud service will have 10GB of free storage space and exclusive access to music compositions from international artists Nenad Bach and Jill Stevenson. Nenad Bach has performed alongside the likes of Luciano Pavarotti, Bono & The Edge (U2), among others, while Jill Stevenson is a New York based artist popular for her impressive catalogue of original material, which blends elements of folk, R&B, funk, and pop into a hybrid that is uniquely her own.

To register for the eCloud service, customer need to visit, enter their Etisalat mobile or eLife account number and install the application on their desktops, laptops and mobile devices, including iOS and Android devices. Furthermore, eCloud customers can subscribe to a special dedicated AED29 monthly mobile data package allowing 1GB of data transfer. 

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