du reduces roaming rates for GCC customers

All GCC default rates to be reflected as per the TRA directive as of April 1, 2016.
Fahad Al Hassawi: "This announcement is a step that will enrich the bond between all GCC countries by boosting tourism and business in parallel."
Fahad Al Hassawi: "This announcement is a step that will enrich the bond between all GCC countries by boosting tourism and business in parallel."

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du will reduce its roaming rates in the GCC in line with the announcement made by the Gulf Cooperation Council’s Secretariat General to reduce the roaming rates. Amongst du’s lower rates, roaming customers will be charged AED 0.95 per minute for all local calls made within the visited GCC country, AED 0.29 for all sent SMSes while roaming, whilst data roaming will cost customers AED4.77 per MB for both prepaid and postpaid customers.

“As a telecommunications provider, it is our responsibility to create social and financial ecosystems that truly benefit our valued customers, and add life to their day to day communication needs. This announcement is a step that will enrich the bond between all GCC countries by boosting tourism and business in parallel,” said Fahad Al Hassawi, chief commercial officer, du.

“At du, we continue to empower our valued customers with even more affordable connectivity and communication as they travel, for business or leisure, throughout the GCC. As a UAE business, we are vested in supporting and encouraging all initiatives that ensure people happiness and welfare. Therefore, we support this announcement, and will continue to establish joint ventures and encourage cooperation between the private and government sector for the good of the community.”

du roaming customers can also benefit from roaming data packs with du’s preferred partners across the world (including GCC).

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