du goes generous with data on postpaid plans

New plans with extra data and more minutes
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Considering the customers’ growing data consumption, du is now offering enhanced data offering for its postpaid plans at no additional cost. Three new price point options have been introduced in a bid to offer customers more for their investment. For just AED150 per month du customers benefit from 300 flexi minutes and 6GB data, while AED300 gives them 600 flexible minutes and 12GB data. Customers who choose the AED450 plan will benefit from 1200 flexible minutes and 18GB data. On another hand, customers are offered the opportunity to benefit from 1200 national minutes with the AED300 plan and 2400 national minutes with the AED450 plan, in addition to the extra data.

“We constantly listen to our customers, and are addressing their growing data needs. By offering our customers even more options when it comes to their postpaid plans, we ensure that every one of them has access to the amount of data they require to remain connected in a way which suits their lifestyle requirements,” said Fahad Al Hassawi, chief commercial officer, du.

As part of the new postpaid offerings, du also offers 25GB data along with a Gold number and free smartphone for AED 1,000. For more information on this and other offers, one can visit www.du.ae.

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