DUBAI, UAE - Du, the telecommunications provider in the United Arab Emirates, has partnered with the office of the Deputy Chief of Police and General Security in Dubai to launch Alo WiFi in labour housing camps across the country. This marks the first authorized WiFi service of its kind for the camps, mainly used by the construction industry for building labourers, in the UAE.
Alo WiFi will be launched in several housing complexes to provide blue-collar workers with access to affordable, high-quality wireless internet. The initiative aims to improve the quality of life and well-being of workers by offering an economical way to keep in touch with their families and friends. This will help to compensate for a lack of entertainment, communicate with loved ones, and save money.
The service is available in multiple languages with a simple registration process, aligning with du's commitment to enhancing the user experience. Workers can access secure and dependable internet service with comprehensive coverage and faster speeds. This will also reduce illegal Wi-Fi resale activities, which pose complex security and regulatory challenges.
Du's initiative is part of their commitment to broadening the scope of their services for marginalized communities and investing in the opportunities presented by the UAE's digital transformation. The telecommunications provider aims to make residents happier by bringing the latest and best technologies to them, in line with the UAE leadership's vision to build a knowledge-based economy and for its nation to be the happiest in the world.
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