du adds HP as new enterprise customer

Telco will provide HP employees in the UAE with mobile and fixed line services
Hany Fahmy Aly, executive vice president - enterprise business at du.
Hany Fahmy Aly, executive vice president - enterprise business at du.

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Telecom operator du has added Hewlett-Packard (HP) as a new enterprise customer. As part of a multi-level agreement, du will provide HP employees in the UAE with mobile (including data) and fixed line services.

Hany Fahmy Aly, executive vice president - enterprise business at du, said: “At du, we understand that mobile service is pivotal to any business's ability to stay connected, which is why we continuously seek to provide the best in breed products and services to our valued business customers, so that they can succeed and evolve. We are delighted with our latest collaboration with HP, and we look forward to a lasting and fruitful partnership.”

“du have been thorough professionals regarding the transfer of our account to their network. The migration was managed smoothly and within the agreed time frame which gave us peace of mind. We look forward to our partnership with du,” said Herbert Zierl, managing director at HP UAE.

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