UAE unblocks WhatsApp and Skype calling services for Expo 2020 Dubai visitors: report



An aerial view of the Expo 2020 Dubai site.

Gulf today, Journalist

Authorities in the United Arab Emirates have unblocked internet calls for visitors to the Expo 2020 site.

Authorities would allow people to make calls via WhatsApp and other internet apps at the grounds of the Expo 2020 Dubai World Expo.

The news was first reported by international news agency Reuters.

Work teams with their families visit the Dubai Expo 2020 site.

Most applications use Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services, a system that allows free voice and video calls from the Internet to the Internet.

He was blocked in the United Arab Emirates.


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On Wednesday, several people were able to make and take voice calls using WhatsApp and Skype from the Expo site.

The site will open on Friday to companies and exhibitors from nearly 200 countries.

Dubai is expected to welcome 25 million business and tourist visits to the World’s Fair, which will boost its economy.

The government allows residents to use licensed services such as BOTIM.


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