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More than 200 spots in Dubai offer access to free WiFi

WifiDubai: Telecom operator du has rolled out free WiFi services in more than 200 locations in Dubai and aims to offer it across more than 300 locations in Dubai and Abu Dhabi by the end of the year, Othman Sultan, CEO of the company, told Gulf News.

Du is the “official WiFi UAE partner” for Dubai Smart City.

The service will empower residents by enabling seamless, reliable and secure connectivity to access the internet, browse government websites and apps, pay bills, get updates about applications and avail eServices, among other benefits.

Du is offering WiFi in three options — free unlimited and fast access to all the government websites and apps, free WiFi at low bandwidth and the premium speed at a nominal price.

He said that customers have options to choose from. Within the complimentary free WiFi, customers have the option of tasting the premium WiFi for five minutes during the day.

As a launch promotion for three months, premium users can avail six hours of high-speed internet that can be used over three days for just Dh20.

(Courtesy : GulfNews)


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