du offers customers Double Data during Ramadan

For the first time in the UAE, du postpaid customers can get up to 200 GB of data allowance
du offers double data on some postpaid plans.
du offers double data on some postpaid plans.

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du has launched a Double Data promotion offering customers up to 200GB data on its postpaid plans contracts for the first time in the UAE, during Ramadan.  Customers can take advantage of this limited time promotion when they activate or upgrade to Emirati or Smart Plan 450 or 1000 contracts.

In addition to receiving twice as much data for the duration of the 12 or 24 months contract, new customers will enjoy complimentary Silver and Gold numbers upon subscribing to these two post-paid plans.

“Data has become a priority across the world. To ensure that we meet our customers’ growing demands while exceeding their expectations in the data domain, we have launched double data promotion. Our aim is to simplify the lives of customers by ensuring that they have enough data to meet all of their needs. With even more data, our customers can enjoy even greater access to their favourite apps, movies, entertainment, and services no matter where they are or what they’re doing,” said Fahad Al Hassawi, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Telco Services, EITC.

du customers can take advantage of the Double Data promotion by migrating to an eligible postpaid plan. Upon activating their plans, customers will receive double data for the duration of their contract.

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