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Here’s why du’s ‘Tourist Sim’ is a good idea
Updated on 09 August 2017

Dubai telecom operator du has enhanced its ‘Tourist Sim’ offerings. Valid for 90 days, the sim enables users to enjoy a 20% discount on Uber rides, gives them access to special prices for UAE’s top attractions, 50% off on Dollar car rentals and a 30% discount on its speciality range of vehicles. Priced at Dhs 55, the sim card offers 20 flexible minutes call time, 20 flexible SMSs and 200 MB data. www.du.ae
 

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