Etisalat launches Saudi unlimited pack with high voice and data allowances

Operator offers a new roaming pack to both prepaid and postpaid customers travelling to Saudi Arabia. Fair usage policies apply to this plan to ensure superior service levels to customers with normal usage behaviour.
Khaled ElKhouly:"Mobile connectivity is an integral part of overseas travel and we want to ensure a hassle-free travel."
Khaled ElKhouly:"Mobile connectivity is an integral part of overseas travel and we want to ensure a hassle-free travel."

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Etisalat has launched a roaming pack exclusively for its mobile customers, offering unlimited data and voice roaming for AED400 per week.

Khaled Elkhouly, chief consumer officer, Etisalat, said: “At Etisalat, we understand the value of staying connected with family and friends while travelling abroad. We are pleased to give both our valued post-paid and prepaid customers an unlimited but affordable roaming pack catered to those travelling to Saudi Arabia.

“Mobile connectivity is an integral part of overseas travel and we want to ensure a hassle-free travel. Customers don’t need to wait in long queues, purchase local SIM cards or depend on Wi-Fi passwords to stay connected.”

Fair usage policies apply to this plan to ensure superior service levels to customers with normal usage behaviour. Data allowance will be 25GB at full speed and unlimited usage at reduced speed, and voice minutes at 2000 minutes for receiving and making outgoing voice calls to UAE and Saudi Arabia. Voice calls beyond the fair usage limit will be charged at the regular standard rates.

To purchase the roaming package, customers can dial *177#, use the Etisalat mobile app, or SMS “KSA” to 1010.

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