How to Activate Etisalat Roaming (Code & Details) UAE

You might be visiting somewhere in the world. It could be a personal, vacation, or business trip from UAE. Just don’t forget to activate your Etisalat line for roaming before you left off. As you may get a lot of calls, SMS, emails, etc while you are outside of the United Arab Emirates. Don’t worry Etisalat will cover all these for you and let you stay updated visiting anywhere in the world. The service is available to all prepaid and postpaid users.

Because Etisalat gives the freedom with connectivity while you go out of the country. They have lots of roaming packages you can choose from. Then enjoy the best rates with internet data, calls, incoming and outgoing SMS while roaming. Now then the only thing that you need is the service activation. It’s your good luck, I am going to show you the activation roaming code and step-by-step method to get a package. So, let get started…

Activate Etisalat Roaming UAE

There are four available methods to activate the roaming service on the Etisalat UAE network. For prepaid users, the roaming service is active by default. You can simply dial this code *177# or send an SMS “ROAM” to 1010 to get a subscription/package. Arabic users can SMS “ROAMA” to 1010 to activate the roaming service with a pack. Postpaid users can send SMS with “ASROAM” to 1010 for international roaming package activation.

Alternatively, you can install the official My Etisalat App for the roaming service activation and get daily, weekly y and monthly plans on the go. Keep in mind that there are charges when you dial *177# to activate the roaming or get the desired plan. However, if you wanna activate the service via SMS, then standard rates will apply.

Once you visit another country, Etisalat will automatically pick the network operator. However, sometimes you will need to manually pick a network operator. Here is how to do it: Go to Setting, then Sim Card, and or Mobile Network. Then disable the toggle next to “Automatically select network” and tap an available network to select as your default network operator.

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