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Etisalat by e& announces 5G and 10G FTTH plans

The eLife 5Gbps plan provides download speeds of 5 Gigabits per second, while the 10G plan connects customers to the network at a speed of 10 Gigabits per second.
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Etisalat by e& has announced the introduction of two new Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) plans – 5G and 10G – aimed at enhancing the connectivity experience for consumers by providing ultra-fast fibre internet.

Speaking about the significance of these new plans, Khaled El Khouly Chief Consumer Officer, Etisalat by e&, said: “The new fibre internet plans 5G and 10G reflect our commitment to customers, providing an opportunity to better cater to their needs and giving them the best digital experience with the highest possible connection speeds.”

With the launch of 5 and 10 Gigabit per second speeds, etisalat by e& solidifies its position as a pioneer and disruptor in communications technology within the region. It marks a historic milestone as reportedly the first provider to introduce speeds exceeding 1 Gigabit per second in the UAE.

The eLife 5Gbps plan, available at AED 1799 ($489.80) per month (excluding VAT) on a 24-month plan, offers download speeds of 5 Gigabits per second. Additionally, the new eLife 10G plan, priced at AED 2,699 ($734.83) per month (excluding VAT) on a 24-month plan, connects customers to the network at an astounding 10 Gigabits per second. Both plans include unlimited calls to local and national fixed lines, Full Home Wi-Fi for comprehensive coverage, and over 300 TV channels, encompassing free-to-air channels, 4K channels, premium TV such as OSN CricLife, GolfLife, StarzPlay Sports, Abu Dhabi Sports Premium Channels, and more.

“With the launch of ground-breaking 5Gbps and 10Gbps speeds, we’re pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. This latest innovation reflects our commitment to cutting-edge connectivity, using a brand new XGS fibre network, we believe it will set new benchmarks in the industry. We invite everyone interested in unlocking the power 10Gbps fibre Internet speed to experience for themselves how these speeds represent the future of connectivity,” concluded El Khouly.