Etisalat launches unlimited internet calling plans

Customers get unlimited internet calling through C'Me and BOTIM
Currently, CME and BOTIM meet the UAE regulatory framework requirements to offer VoIP calling
Currently, CME and BOTIM meet the UAE regulatory framework requirements to offer VoIP calling

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Etisalat has launched internet calling plans as add-ons to customers’ existing Etisalat mobile and/or eLife service. 

There are two types of internet calling plans on offer. Internet calling plan for mobile allows customers to make app to app voice and video calling on the move using your mobile data plan at a fixed monthly charge of AED 50*(plus VAT). The internet calling plan for eLife allows to make App to App voice and video calling from home eLife Wi-Fi at a fixed monthly charge of AED 100*(plus VAT) connecting all devices belonging to the eLife account.

Upon subscribing to the internet calling plans, Etisalat subscribers will enjoy unlimited video and voice calls to their family and friends who have downloaded the same app located anywhere in the world. There will be no extra charges as long as Etisalat customers have an active internet connection to use with this service.

Currently, C’ME and BOTIM meet the UAE regulatory framework requirements to offer VoIP calling in the UAE. More information can be found here

 

 

 

 

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