du expands WiFi UAE across Abu Dhabi

The plan is to achieve countrywide WiFi access in public locations for all by 2021
"We plan to achieve country-wide WiFi access in public locations for all," says Jihad Tayara.
"We plan to achieve country-wide WiFi access in public locations for all," says Jihad Tayara.

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du is constantly expanding the areas covered by WiFi UAE- the newest addition to the list is Dalma Mall in Abu Dhabi. 

The service is available to all visitors with a UAE mobile number through two options: WiFi UAE, which is free, and WiFi UAE Premium, a paid service.

Jihad Tayara, VP, business development and partnerships, du said: “With our latest launch, we plan to continue to spread happiness through the UAE with innovation and connectivity and with our commitment to supporting the UAE in its happiness agenda and in line with the nation’s Vision 2021, where we plan to achieve country-wide WiFi access in public locations for all!”

Bhupinder Singh, GM and CFO of Dalma Mall said:“As Abu Dhabi’s favourite mall we strive to provide our customers with the best shopping experiences and keep them connected while they visit the mall, which we will now be able to offer them through WiFi UAE.”

WiFi UAE expects to enable WiFi connectivity through more than 400 locations by the end of the year. 

 

 

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