What seems to be ever growing trend recently, 7days has published an article on the telecom company attacking the higher talking charges. All of us (expats especially) have our differences with various governmental and corporate organizations operating in UAE, however, nothing seems to fire up our dismay as much as Etisalat. The company is now known for its proxy and monopolistic practices, however, I remember the days when it was known for its innovative services such as the longest continues running corridor of reception service, at least in the middle east. (Of course Proxy was there too, but people cared less!)
Utimately, it is in the hands of the local government as well as the citizens of UAE ( Nationals) who decide the future of the telecom companies and their practices. My question to the locals is this: What do YOU think about the telecom role and responsibilities should be? And How would you like to see your Telecom industry to change?
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