Etisalat, a leading a UAE-based telecommunications services provider has announced that it has revised the rates on the two models of iPhone 3G downward by 22%.
As per the revised price plan, the iPhone 3G 8GB device will be available in black color for Dhs2680.
Customers can avail iPhone 3G 16GB device in both white and black color for Dhs3055 without any additional monthly fee.
Additionally, Etisalat is also providing a free 250MB monthly data package for six months and one free Wasel SIM Card with every device.
The United Arab Emirates' main telecom operator Etisalat said that a deal has been signed to obtain almost half of new Indian mobile operator Swan Telecom for 900 million dollars.
The company informed in a statement, “Etisalat ‘has signed a definitive agreement to acquire approximately 45 percent of Swan Telecom, a recently licensed mobile operator in India, by subscribing to newly issued shares for a cash consideration of up to 900 million dollars.”
An agreement was signed between Swan Telecom, an Indian mobile telephony provider, and UAE based Emirates Telecommunications (Etisalat), under which 45% stake of the former would be sold to the latter for USD 900 million.
The company would need the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) sanction for the investments. Swan Telecom, which is in the process of acquiring two more licenses in the country, already holds GSM licenses in 13 circles.
UAE based leading telecom operator Emirates Telecommunications Corp. (Etisalat) has signed an agreement to acquire 45% stake in India's Swan Telecom for around $900 million.
Etisalat has valued Indian GSM service provider, Swan at USD 2 billion.
The remaining 55% stake in Swan will be held by several entities, including the Mumbai-based Dynamix Balwas Group (DB Group).
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