du offers HTC's latest flagship HTC U 11 at zero upfront

The ones who pre-book their phones now get a free pair of JBL headphones
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du is offering customers the chance own HTC's latest flagship smartphone, HTC U 11 at zero upfront with packages starting from just AED260 per month by signing up for a 12- or 24-month postpaid contract. This is a limited time exclusive offer. As part of the pre-order period, customers will receive a free pair of JBL headphones.

Fahad Al Hassawi, chief commercial officer, du said: “As the exclusive operator partner of the latest HTC flagship smartphone, we offer our tech savvy customers the opportunity to be amongst the first owners of the latest innovations in smartphone technology.”

“The HTC U11 sets a new standard of what you can expect from a smartphone, and we are exciting to bring this to consumers in the UAE together with a strong partner like du,” said Nikitas Glykas, president of HTC Middle East and Africa.

Customers can click here to avail the offer. 

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