Etisalat launches free flights offer for e-Life subscribers

Telco to fly customers for free to global destinations with this offer
Etisalat, Etisalat launches free flights offer for e-Life subscribers, Etisalat offer

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Etisalat has announced an offer to give eLife subscribers an opportunity to fly to their favourite destinations for free by subscribing to eLife triple play bundles.

This limited time offer includes premium international destinations such as London, Paris, and Rome. This is available to existing and new eLife subscribers entitling them to a free ticket (including taxes) after signing up to eLife Sports, Entertainment, Combo or Premium packages.

There are a wide variety of long and short haul destinations to choose from, namely Amman, Athens, Bahrain, Beirut, Cairo, Cochin, Colombo, Dammam, Delhi, Doha, Istanbul, Karachi, Kiev, Kuwait, London, Manila, Moscow, Mumbai, Muscat, Paris, Riyadh, Rome and Stockholm. Customers have the option to choose from major airline carriers flying to these destinations. Subscribers can elect to depart from several locations in the UAE mainly Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.

Additional details are available on www.flywithelife.ae.

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