du partners with Disney for live shows as well as home entertainment

Telco is bringing the live performances of Disney on Ice event to the region to delight children and parents alike and offers du Home customers 15 percent discount on tickets to the shows
Fahad Al Hassawi: "We want to remind people that they can experience the charm of Disney at home."
Fahad Al Hassawi: "We want to remind people that they can experience the charm of Disney at home."

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du is bringing the live performances of Disney on Ice, the world-renowned series of touring ice shows for children, to Dubai this April.

At the Passport to Adventure event, du is demonstrating how families can bring the magic of Disney, Nickelodeon, and other kids' favourites to their home with its du Home services through an interactive exhibit designed to entertain children and parents alike.

"Disney on Ice is a magical experience for everyone, and we are delighted to bring such an event that gathers the family together for an enchanting performance they'll always remember," said Fahad Al Hassawi, Deputy CEO of du Telco Services .

"We also want to remind people that they can experience the charm of Disney at home. We're offering a wide range of exciting children's channels and family favourites so the fun can continue even after the show is over, making family time at home even better than ever with du Home."

du has recently launched du Home with new flexible home plans, offering TV entertainment and internet across the UAE. For children and families, du Home offers some of the best kids' movies like The Lion King and Finding Nemo on Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney XD, in addition to programmes on Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Nick Toons, and OSN Kid Zone. As for babies and toddlers, du Home offers Baby TV, with rhymes, cartoons, and more for the youngest children. 

du Home also includes Over the Top (OTT) applications such as du View and OSN WAVO, a blend of both live and catch-up TV. 

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