Etisalat offers Samsung's latest flagship at AED 122 per month

Operator's new app allows customers to have a live chat with customer care team
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Etisalat has made available for its subscribers in UAE  the latest Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ across Etisalat business centres and retail outlets. Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 devices will be available from Etisalat with ‘smart pay’ options that allows customers to choose a plan as per their convenience and suited to their payment requirements across 24, 18 or 12 months. The Samsung Galaxy S8 will start at AED122/month, AED 161/month and AED238/month respectively while the Samsung Galaxy S8 plus will start at AED135/month, AED178/month and AED264/month.
The latest smartphones are available in the colours –maple gold, midnight black and orchid grey with a 64GB capacity. The standalone prices of the devices are AED 2,799 (Samsung Galaxy S8) and AED 3,099 (Samsung Galaxy S8+).
Khaled ElKhouly, chief consumer officer at Etisalat, said: "We are thrilled to bring the Samsung Galaxy S8 to our customers in the UAE. Our customers will enjoy the affordable and convenient payment options on the countrywide 4G network giving them an opportunity to enjoy the superior features of the smartphone with seamless mobile connectivity and access to super-fast usage speeds.”
Etisalat’s new self-care mobile application - Etisalat-UAE  is available free on all platforms, including iOS, BlackBerry, Android and Windows. The app allows users to keep updated on the latest services and products offered by Etisalat. Users can also monitor their data, voice and SMS usage as per subscribed postpaid bundles and pay their bills. An efficient customer service feature of the app allows customers to have a live chat with Etisalat’s customer care team, ask questions and receive answers.
Interested customers can find more information about the Samsung Galaxy S8 devices and payment plans can visit here

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