du launches Business Data SIM plans for business customers

du’s business customers will benefit from increased mobility for employees on the go, with attractive data-only plans
du has launched new business plan options.
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du has launched new business plan options.

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du’s business customers can now keep their employees connected with Business Data Plans. Available immediately, du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), is offering new data plans for data-only SIM cards, tailored to meet the needs of enterprises in the UAE. Business customers can also subscribe to roaming data packs up to 10GB, starting as low as AED 300 for 1GB.

Business customers will now be able to choose between a standalone offer of data lines with data plans, or an exclusive bundled offer of data lines with tablets on instalments. Customers who choose the latter option will choose from a selection of tablets from Apple, Samsung, or Lenovo and will be able to select an instalment plan that works best for them. Data plans range from 1GB to 50GB, and pricing begins at AED 50 for standalone data plans, or as low as AED 85 for data plans bundled with tablets on instalments.

“In today’s business landscape, reliable connectivity is everything – especially for employees on the go. Businesspeople are increasingly working from outside the office, and using mobile devices that aren’t their smartphones, such as tablets and MiFis. As such, flexibility and mobility have become vital components of an efficient workflow,” said Fahad Al Hassawi, deputy chief executive officer, Telco Services, EITC. “By offering data-only SIM cards bundled with tablets on installment plans, we aim to help enterprise customers increase business efficiency and mobilise their employees while still remaining cost effective.”

du's data-only SIM card and tablet installment bundles eliminate the obstacles of upfront tablet costs and the additional cost of data packages on voice plans. Adding even more value for enterprises, du will also offer special prices on data-only SIM cards for business customers during the first three months after launching. Additionally, customers who already have a voice or data line with du will get additional discounts on data-only SIM cards.

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