Du launches AED3 daily data bundle

Limited period offer is for all types of data usage
Fahad Al Hassawi, Du.
Fahad Al Hassawi, Du.


UAE telecom operator Du has launched a full-speed “unlimited” data bundle for AED 3 ($0.82) per day.

The bundle, which is available now, is available to all individual Pay As You Go, Alo, postpaid customers and business postpaid customers, for a limited period.

The data allowance is for all types of data usage such as browsing, using social media, and watching videos on any smartphone.

“We want to give our customers an offer that will add to the excitement of starting the new year - unlimited data daily at only AED 3 per day - something never done in the UAE. We want people to experience the true feeling of unlimited data at full speeds, with no fear of the internet being cut off or slowing down and at exceptionally attractive costs,” said Fahad Al Hassawi, chief commercial officer, Du.

Pay As You Go and Alo customers can subscribe by dialing *135*244# and are eligible to purchase the data pack once a day from their More Time balance. The Unlimited Daily Data offer is recurring so customers do not need to subscribe the next day.

Customers subscribed to any of the individual postpaid plans as well as Business postpaid customers - will also be able to take advantage of this exciting offer once the data allowance included in their plan has been consumed.

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