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Skype Banned UAE | Telecom Companies in the UAE have a new system for video calling

Etisalat: Emirates Telecommunication Group Company PJSC, branded trade name Etisalat, is a multinational Emirati based telecommunications services provider, currently operating in 16 countries across Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Now Etisalat United Arab Emirates have provided a new system for video calling after the video chat system has been banned. Etisalat will present a video call for 50 Dirhams in anywhere in the world. Skype was banned in the UAE just days ago. Telecom Company Etisalat announced the launch of the new video call.

Etisalat allowed two mobile apps to access video and audio via Internet from the UAE. You need to download one of the mobile apps for C’me or Botim. This application is required for mobile phone users. If you make a video call using data on a mobile phone, you will be charged Dh 50 per month. If the app is installed for prepaid card and post-paid users, you can send an SMS to 1012 and activate the Internet Call. If you have a monthly home broadband network connection, you can use WiFi for this month. If only one person can use this mobile data, you can make a video call to a registered WiFi system. The neighbors are welcomed to this system because they can see their loved ones in low cost. More applications in future are likely to be cleared in future.

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