du gives customers a chance to travel the world

Opportunities to win up to one million free miles from Etihad Guest
du gives customers the chance to travel the world.


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du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunication Company, is raffling off free Etihad Guest Miles from Etihad Guest to eligible customers. New and existing customers who activate any post-paid rate plan, migrate from prepaid to post-paid plans, activate a weekly or monthly roaming bundle, activate a post-paid data SIM, or register for auto-payment will be automatically entered into the raffle to win up to one million Etihad Guest Miles.

“We are proud to launch this exciting draw with our longstanding partner, Etihad Guest, in efforts to offer du valued customers beyond what they expect of their telecommunications provider,” said Fahad Al Hassawi, deputy chief executive officer – Telco Services, Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company. “By giving du customers the chance to win one of 11 free Etihad Guest packages and to travel the world with complimentary plane tickets, we are adding life to life. With Eid just a couple of months away, followed by a summer full of travel plans for many of du customers, we are delighted to give them something fun to look forward to.”

100,000 Etihad Guest Miles can be redeemed for round trip flights to a wide range of places including Amsterdam, the Philippines, London, Beirut, India, Bangkok, Egypt, Belgrade, and more. In addition, with one million Etihad Guest Miles, you can purchase two First Class round trip tickets to Paris, two Apple iPhone 7s, a pair of Bose Quiet Comfort wireless headphones, a Garmin Fenix 3 GPS watch, and a GoPro Camera Bundle with the HERO4 camera in black and a San Disk 32GB memory card.

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