UAE-based telecom group Etisalat has announced various Mobile Propositions, a plethora of business postpaid mobile plans designed to suit the needs of its business customers.
Business mobile plans such as Business First Plus, Business Xtreme, and the Easy Prepaid feature, along with exclusive online mobile plans, address the needs of business customers from the usage behaviour and pricing point perspective, and cater to the convenience of business customers.
Esam Mahmoud, Senior Vice President, Small and Medium Business, Etisalat, said: “At Etisalat, it is our constant endeavour to empower businesses by providing our customers with different business mobile plans which fit their particular requirements, allowing them to enjoy best in class services at great value. ‘Etisalat Business Mobile Plans’ reinforce our commitment to deliver value propositions that address our customers’ varying needs, especially amidst the current global phenomenon.
“With Etisalat being recognised as the fastest mobile network provider globally by Ookla Speedtest in 2020, our business customers are assured of reliability, speed and superior performance.”
Etisalat is offering budget-conscious customers the Business First Plus postpaid plan, starting from AED110 ($30) a month. With a carry-forward feature, business customers are able to roll over unused minutes to the next month and enjoy the benefit of any unused allowance.
Customers in search of a stress-free plan complete with unlimited national and international minutes can select Etisalat’s Business Xtreme. In addition, they can stay constantly connected with yearly extra free bonus allowances, and choose from a selection of international minutes, local minutes, or free data allocations when subscribing to either Business First Plus or Business Xtreme for one year.
‘Easy Prepaid’ is an innovative feature that provides a separate prepaid account on top of an existing postpaid number. Hence, employees can seamlessly switch between their business postpaid account and a personal prepaid account enabling them to make personal calls at their own expense using their existing business mobile plans, and not be limited to their employer’s allocated allowance.
For instance, an employee can use a prepaid account – with the same number – when he or she reaches the maximum allowance given by the company. In addition, employees can add on plenty of services like roaming voice minutes, local and international data and SMS. – TradeArabia News Service
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