5G handsets will be fast, but only Virgin Mobile will deliver them in under an hour

Order your 5G-ready ZTE Axon 10 Pro handset now and get it delivered within the hour

  
5G handsets will be fast, but only Virgin Mobile will deliver them in under an hour
  • Exclusive ‘Buy Now, pay in instalment’ offer from 0% interest
  • Virgin Mobile customers can access the 5G network at no additional cost

Dubai, UAE: Virgin Mobile kicked off their 5G partnership with ZTE this weekend to not only offer the cutting-edge Axon Pro 10 5G handset but to also deliver the handsets quicker than anyone else in the UAE, with an average delivery time of just 30 minutes from placing an order.

Customers ordering their 5G-ready device through Virgin Mobile will have their brand new, super-responsive handset within the hour, without having to visit a store or stand in a queue. Once connected to the 5G network, their ZTE Axon Pro 10 5G will deliver blistering download speeds at no extra cost to the customer.

Customers can also take advantage of Virgin Mobile’s ‘Buy Now, pay in instalment’ offer, with instalment plans available starting from 0% interest.

Order your 5G-ready phone and join the high-speed revolution by visiting: www.virginmobile.ae/5g-handsets 

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About Virgin Mobile in the United Arab Emirates
Virgin Mobile believes in making mobile better across the industry with the best customer experience, innovative products and creating a great place to work.  Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company has launched Virgin Mobile as the first fully digitalised mobile service in the UAE, providing an experience that has never been seen before in the region.

Virgin Mobile is the second mobile brand to operate under the EITC umbrella, adhering to the rights and obligations of EITC’s telecommunication license while bringing a distinctly different offering and brand promise to the market. 

About Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company PJSC (EITC)
The Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC) was founded in 2005 as the UAE’s second licensed telecommunications provider. EITC has two telecommunications brands under its umbrella; du was launched in 2007 and serves over 8 million customers throughout the UAE. EITC recently launched its second brand Virgin Mobile in the market.

EITC is 39.5 percent owned by Emirates Investment Authority, 19.75 percent by Mubadala Development Company PJSC, 19.5 percent by Emirates Communications and Technology LLC and the remaining by public shareholders. Listed on the Dubai Financial Market (DFM), the company trades under the name ‘du’.

Media Contact:
For Virgin Mobile UAEKate Fox
T: +971 4390 1630
M: +971 52 104 3586
joseph.delacerna@grayling.com 

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