Telecoms operator du based out of Dubai is providing a 15-day free trial of the BOT-IM and C’me apps when customers subscribe to the company’s internet calling pack service.
du stated that it is offering those separated by distance even more ways to get in touch this summer with the latest offer.
After subscribing, du customers can download one of the two apps from the Play Store or iOS and register their mobile number to begin enjoying the limited time offer.
Executive vice president of consumer business at du, Amr Aldesouky stated, “While texts and instant messages are convenient ways to communicate, nothing beats the feeling that comes with seeing a loved one and hearing their voice.”
He also mentioned, “This free trial period will encourage those who have not tried du’s Internet Calling Pack to explore the benefits of the service and find out how it can change the way they communicate with friends and family around the world.”
du customers with a postpaid or a prepaid line can subscribe to the new service by texting the keyword ICP to 1012. Customers who proceed to use the service after the 15-day free trial will be charged the standard service charge.
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