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There’s free Wi-Fi in Dubai for seven days
Updated on 19 June 2017

If you’re constantly on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat while on holiday, you’re not the only one. Sharing pictures and videos of your adventures is a good thing and WiFi UAE is making it easier (well, at least over the next seven days). It is offerings its hotspot users complimentary higher-speed WiFi for seven days - right up to 27th June. The move aims to enhance individuals’ happiness through connectivity. Telecom operator, du has introduced WiFi UAE in the Dubai Metro and Tram, Emaar Boulevard Downtown Dubai, The Dubai Mall and Wafi Mall among other places. www.wifiuae.ae

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