du unveils unlimited voice calls and 14GB data for Hajj

Package is available to pilgrims for AED250.
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Unlimited voice calls and 14GB of data will be available as part of du’s roaming bundle for pilgrims from the United Arab Emirates going to Saudi Arabia for Hajj this year.

Available for 14 days for AED250, the bundle’s unlimited calls mean it’ll be easier – and cheaper – for pilgrims to stay in touch with family and friends while on their journey.

Fahad Al Hassawi, du’s deputy CEO of telco services, said the hope is that users will get great value out of the bundle. “Hajj is an exceptional occasion for the Muslim community and du’s personalised bundle is a way to contribute towards simplifying its customers’ spiritual journey,” he said. “The Hajj Roaming Bundle guarantees unparalleled value and unmatched convenience so pilgrims can make the most of their Hajj with excellent connectivity.”

He said more. “At du, we are keen to provide customised offers and services that add value to our customer’s experiences. Our new bundle offers more data so pilgrims can connect to the internet and get all the information they need. Our aim is to streamline communications and facilitate staying in touch with family and friends during the Pilgrimage.”

People can subscribe to the Hajj bundle via SMS by texting “Hajj” to 5102. More information is available at www.du.ae/hajj.

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