The motto of Etisalat India Group
provide a best-in-class total customer experience domestically and internationally, deliver attractive returns to shareholders while investing in the long-term future of the company, and supporting economic development in all the markets we operate in.
About the owner of Etisalat India services
Etisalat, an Emirates telecommunication company, launched in 1976 as a joint venture between a British company and local partners. The British company, namely International Aeradio Limited. In 2009, Etisalat announced its Indian launch, former name Swan Telecom (owned by Dynamix Balwas Realty and Reliance Communications), headquartered in Mumbai. Later, renamed to Etisalat DB Telecom India Pvt. Ltd
About the Etisalat India mobile Limited
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Until 1983, the company was a joint venture between a British company, International Aeradio limited, and local partners. Consequently, in 1983, 60% share went to the United Arab Emirates government, and the remaining 40% were publicly traded.
Saleh Al Abdooli (born 1964) is the Chief Executive Officer of Etisalat Group, the leading telecom operator in Africa and the Middle East. He has been associated with the Group since 1992. He has been pivotal in creating technological integration strategies as well as corporate and global expansion investments at Etisalat.
Details of the Company
In 1991, the company got federal law support to extend the wired and wireless service internationally outside UAE. The headquarters is located in Abu Dhabi. The company launched its GSM services in India under the name cherry mobile services in Delhi. In fact, their inaugural offer provided 50 minutes of free calls and 50 free SMS for the first 60 days. After 2010, the company faced problems in securing shares in Chennai for their services due to the 2G scam. Later, in 2012, they dropped their plan of extending in India. It issued the notice to its subscribers, giving them 30 days to change opera owing to the Supreme court post-cancellation file. Further, it raised objections to expansion in Pakistan.
By the same token, Etisalat is a major investor in Thuraya (34.5%), a satellite geo-mobile communication systems provider.