Etisalat has decided to further reduce phone call rates, despite having the lowest rates in the gulf region already. The company is also doing research about its operation costs.
“This means that the telecom service and call rates in the UAE are the cheapest in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC),” said Saleh Al Abdouli, Chief Executive Officer for Etisalat UAE.
“But we are considering cutting them further…we do not mind making further service and call rate reductions,” he said.
The Telecom giant has planned several new projects for this year. “These projects are intended to upgrade our network further and to expand capacity to match the sharp increase in demand for telecommunication services in the UAE.”
Efforts of further reducing costs and continuing to provide exceptional customer service will secure Etisalat a strong and loyal customer following.
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