du offering free faster WiFi for Eid

Complimentary WiFi at all WiFi UAE hotspots will operate at speeds 10 times faster for five days.
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Eid Al Adha is coming up – and du has announced it’ll be offering free higher-speed WiFi for five days across the UAE. From August 19-23, free WiFi supplied by WiFi UAE will operate 10 times faster at no additional cost.

“du believes in creating unmatched connectivity for our customers by offering innovative and uninterrupted communication services. Higher speed WiFi in the UAE is our way of celebrating the joyous occasion of Eid and thanking our customers for the faith they have in us,” said Fahad Al Hassawi, deputy CEO for TelcoServices – EITC, du’s parent company.

“In line with our support of the UAE’s Vision 2021, du aims to achieve country-wide WiFi access to connect customers whenever they are. WiFi UAE offers unprecedented freedom, economical value and unparalleled communication round the clock,’’ he added.

WiFi UAE is a country-wide initiative to provide WiFi access to the public, in line with UAE Vision 2021. It is available to all users with a WiFi-enabled device, including smartphones, laptops, and tablets, and offers users two types of internet connection: WiFi UAE Free and WiFi UAE Premium.

For more information on WiFi UAE, click here.

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