Dollar UAE Partners with Telecommunications Provider

Photo courtesy of Dollar Rent A Car.
Photo courtesy of Dollar Rent A Car.

Dollar Rent A Car in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has signed a partnership agreement with du, a telecommunications service provider.

Upon purchasing tourist SIM cards from du, travelers can rent a car from Dollar Rent A Car — across the UAE — and receive special discounts: 50% on general cars and 30% discount on luxury or niche cars for daily, weekly, and monthly rentals, according to the company.

"We are thrilled to partner with an innovative service provider such as du to offer fantastic deals to travelers looking for great savings during their visit to the UAE,” said Marwan Al Mulla, general manager of UAE and Oman. “Whether you are here for business or leisure, you can start your journey with us through our wide range of vehicles that are great for individual or group travel. Our partnership with du customers will allow visitors to have an enjoyable and worry-free holiday to the UAE."

Discounts of 50% will be given to customers renting cars such as Toyota Yaris, Toyota Corolla, Nissan Tiida, Nissan Sunny, Honda Civic, Chevrolet Cruze, and Mitsubishi Lancer. For the niche cars, customers can select from vehicles such as the Camaro, Mini Cooper, Volkswagen Beetle, BMW 520i, and Dodge Durango.

"This partnership with Dollar Rent A Car is part of our continued commitment to offer our customers exciting promotions that will add great value to their money in addition to having the most reliable mobile connectivity while visiting the UAE,” said Fahad AlHassawi, chief commercial officer of du. “We look forward to a successful and productive collaboration."

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