Etisalat launches Unlimited GCC Data Pack

The validity starts from customers’ first usage abroad
Salvador Anglada, chief business officer at Etisalat.
Salvador Anglada, chief business officer at Etisalat.


Etisalat has launched its Unlimited GCC Data Pack for a limited period, offering unlimited data access to its mobile customers traveling throughout the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, for AED 35 per day.

The validity starts from customers’ first usage abroad and the pack auto renews only upon subsequent usage after 24 hours, saving customers the hassle of having to re-subscribe each time they want to use mobile data while roaming in the GCC. The special rate will automatically apply on each new day of usage.

The unlimited roaming data allowance can be used by all of Etisalat’s post-paid and prepaid customers, across all networks in the GCC countries.

Salvador Anglada, chief business officer at Etisalat, said: “We are excited to launch this new promotion, giving our customers unlimited data access to enjoy worry-free business or leisure travel to any of the GCC nations. It is a first in the UAE, exclusively for Etisalat’s consumers and business customers.”

“Our research pointed out that a third of our roaming customers travel within the GCC. Our promotion caters to the demand of this huge segment, which seeks simple-to-use and affordably priced roaming pack that helps them stay connected to their work and home while traveling. The combination of an extremely pocket-friendly price, an auto renewal feature and multiple country usage translates into a lot more savings and convenience for our roaming customers,” Anglada added.

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