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  • Up to 1Gbps speed upgrade for eLife subscribers for free
  • Offer starts on 1st December until end of the month 

 
Abu Dhabi, 01 December 2021: Etisalat today announced a limited time free speed upgrade for eLife subscribers as part of the UAE National Day celebrations for the entire month of December delivering customers the best experience to enjoy high broadband speed home entertainment. 
 
With the country, all set to celebrate its golden jubilee this upgrade will set yet another benchmark for fixed network speeds in the country and the region pushing the UAE further to the forefront of the telecom industry. 
 
Supporting this commitment elife Unlimited plans are the number one choice for home broadband entertainment in the UAE, setting the benchmark for super-fast home broadband speeds.
 
Khaled El Khouly, Chief Consumer Officer at Etisalat, said: “We are delighted to offer this speed upgrade joining the country’s golden jubilee and the national day celebrations. Thanks to our customers for their continued support that has constantly encouraged us to design plans and offers catering to the needs of the consumers requiring superfast broadband to support an increasing number of devices in their homes. This is in line with our vision to innovate in next-generation technologies and services to enhance the network as part of our commitment to deliver blazing fast internet speeds, rich and exclusive TV content and best in class Wi-Fi equipment.”
 
From 1st until 31st December 2021, a wide variety of eLife plans will enjoy a boost of up to 1Gbps regardless of their contract commitment status. 
 
The speed upgrade is automatically applied for all eligible customers without any changes to their commitments or any need to opt-in; they will simply enjoy the new speeds until the end of the promotional period. After this, the speed will revert to the plan’s current speed.  
 

 


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