E-Vision's contact center inundated by World Cup enquiries
E-Vision reports its call center has been inundated with enquiries since it was announced last week that fans can watch the entire event live on the company's network. The company's website meanwhile received over 500,000 hits within hours of the announcement of the World Cup special offers on E-Vision. To date the number of hits has exceeded two million.
E-Vision is telecasting the World Cup matches live in coordination with Arab Digital Distribution (ADD), which brings Al Awael, Firstnet and Pehla.
“The World Cup is one of the biggest events on the planet and we know how popular the game is with all nationalities in the United Arab Emitates (UAE). However, we have been more than pleasantly surprised by the huge interest in our promotions and we are working hard to get the service into everyone's homes as quickly as possible,” said E-Vision's Chief Executive Officer, Humaid Rashid Sahoo.
E-Vision is currently available in Abu Dhabi and Dubai and selected areas of Sharjah. While the tournament starts on Friday, E-Vision's special offers continue throughout June. Despite the rush, E-Vision's Contact Center has been upgraded and additional staff have been brought in to deal with all the enquiries.
The Showtime Cable packages, ART Cable and A La Carte options offer E-Vision's customers even greater choice and flexibility of viewing, binging the choice of channels to over 100. An interactive games channel, offering a choice of five games 24 hours a day, is available free of charge to all customers, with further interactive services, such as Pay Per View and an Electronic Program Guide planned for the near future. — (menareport.com)
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