Etisalat tries to pacify customers with offers on voice, data and TV

Several of Etisalat customers had to face abrupt service disruption on Friday 27 Jan
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Etisalat is offering 1GB of mobile data and 120 local free minutes for customers affected by the network outage.

The operator has said in a statement that it regrets the inconvenience caused to its customers on Friday, 27 January 2017, when some of its subscribers experienced service disruption.

These mobile customers can avail the free offer by dialing *103#. The offer will be accessible from Friday 3 February until Wednesday, 8 February 2017. Customers can access the benefits of free data and minutes on the day of subscription.

In addition, Etisalat will open free access to more than 60 premium channels to eLife TV customers on 3 and 4 February (Friday and Saturday), 2017.

Earlier, the operator posted a note of apology on its twitter channel too.

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