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Apr. 25, 19 | 10:48 am

Filipino expats here in the UAE always want to stretch and maximize every dirham they earn which is why they regret when something they spent for suddenly expires without using, like their phone’s mobile data and flexi minutes.

But now, with Etisalat’s newest prepaid line – WaselGo, Filipinos need not worry any longer as the data and minutes that they didn’t get to spend would automatically rollover to the next week with the purchase and automatic renewal of the WaselGo weekly plan.

In addition, users may assign up to 3 local numbers depending on the weekly plan that they choose that can get up to 500 minutes of weekly call allowance.

WaselGo’s affordable weekly rates start from Dh 10.50 per week only.

Dialing *101# lets users easily activate or deactivate their WaselGo weekly plans;  add/update their favourite numbers; and keep track of their allowances.

Users will also be notified via SMS upon consuming 80%, 90% and 100% of their data and flexi minute allowances.

New customers can buy a new WaselGo line by going to the official website of Etisalat and clicking the ‘Buy Now’ buttons or by visiting an Etisalat Business Centre or outlet with your valid Emirates ID.

 

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