Etisalat telecom services provider
Abu Dhabi - Arab Today
Etisalat, the UAE's leading telecom services provider, has launched new shared mobile data plans for multiple users, for the first time in the region.
Business DataShare allows businesses to access mobile data over range of devices including smartphones, tablets and laptops. Businesses can enjoy freedom from individual employee subscriptions and choose from smaller data packs such as 5GB and as their business grows, the size of data packs can go up to 30GB per month.
Business DataShare packs facilitate sharing of data among multiple users. Starting at Dh249 per month, the packs are available at a minimal incremental charge per user. Business can choose to link up to eight users to the pool.
Commenting on the new shared data packs, John Lincoln, Senior Vice President, Business Marketing, Etisalat UAE, said: "We thoroughly understand the communication needs of the business community. Businesses cannot afford to compromise on efficiency while balancing the costs. Access to mobile data plays a critical role and is an integral necessity for successful businesses.
"This is why Business DataShare has been designed in such a way that the dynamic demands and requirements of UAE's business customers are met by allowing them to share one pool of data with multiple users. The sharable data packs enable business owner to stay online and connected while in the office or on the go.
"They can surf, check emails and download files in real-time to increase productivity and optimise cost of running business .The launch of Business DataShare further strengthens Etisalat's position as a pioneer of innovative business solutions." Existing Business Customers of Etisalat as well as new Customers with mobile number that start with either 055 or 052 can avail of the offer.
This unique offer is in line with Etisalat's on-going strategy of offering added value packages for business customers. Etisalat's 4G LTE network covers 85 per cent of the inhabited area of the country and allows users of 4G devices to connect to the internet at speeds up to 150 Mbps.