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How to Activate Botim in du?

Follow these steps to activate Botim on du internet calling plan

If you are wondering how to activate Botim in du you are in the right place. In this Dbd guide, you will find the step-by-step guide for activating Botim in du.

du in UAE offers the best plan for internet calling to their valued customers.

If you are using a UAE-based mobile operator like du, you can now subscribe to or activate the Botim app and make VoIP calls without any restrictions.

Stay with us till the end and learn methods to activate the Botim app in du sim.

Here is how to activate Botim in du

To use Botim in du, you need to have an active subscription to an Internet Calling Pack offered by du. To use the internet calling plan, you must activate Botim by subscribing to the plan that best suits your need.

Activate Botim in du in the following steps:

Step 1: Visit du.ae

Step 2: Register or Login into du

Step 3: Go to “Mobile Plans” and then “Internet Calling Pack” under Enhance your plan’s drop-down menu.

Step 4: Choose your plan

du offers three different plans.

  • Monthly pack for prepaid and postpaid
  • Daily pack for prepaid only
  • Monthly pack for the home only

Step 5: Once you subscribe to the du internet calling pack according to the instructions, download and register the Botim app.

Step 6: Enter the phone number provided by du on the Botim app to activate Botim in du.

Let’s discuss the subscription of three different internet calling packs offered by du in detail below:

See also: Check out this Dbd guide on – how to activate Botim in Etisalat, if you are an Etisalat customer.

du monthly pack for prepaid and postpaid

To activate du monthly pack, customers need to SMS “ICP” to 1012. The monthly premium for the service is AED 52.5, including 5% VAT, and will automatically renew every 30 days.

For a prepaid or postpaid user to this network, one must subscribe to an internet call pack to make unlimited voice and video calls. [1]du, “How to subscribe ICPhttps://www.du.ae/personal/mobile/specialoffers/internet-calling-app#:~:text=Dial%20*135*35%23.%20SMS%20%E2%80%98Netcall%E2%80%99%20to%201355.

Related: Is Botim free in Dubai & UAE?

du daily pack for prepaid only

To activate the du Daily pack for prepaid customers, simply SMS “DICP” to 1012 or dial *135*35#.

The daily charge is AED 5.25, including 5% VAT, and there is no auto-renewal. The daily pack for prepaid users includes free 1GB of mobile data.

Once you subscribe to du daily pack, you can start using Botim. Enjoy making video calls and chatting with your friends and family. [2]dU, “How to subscribe ICP, https://www.du.ae/personal/mobile/specialoffers/internet-calling-app#:~:text=SMS%20%E2%80%98DICP%E2%80%99%20to%201355.%20Dial%20*135*35%23.

Monthly plan for du Home services

To subscribe to the internet calling monthly plan on your du Home wifi, simply dial 04 390 5555 or subscribe through the du official website.

The monthly premium for this service is AED 105, including 5% VAT, which will automatically renew every 30 days.

Now you can download and activate the Botim app and enjoy unlimited audio and video calls with family members while connected to the du Home wifi.[3]du, “How to subscribe ICP, https://www.du.ae/internet-calling-pack-fixed

Other service plans offered by du

Several service plans are offered by du, and you can also choose from them like tourist plans, control plans, and new Emirati plans.

Each plan has different benefits and features that you can take advantage of, so be sure to consider your options before making a decision. With so many options available, activate the Botim app in du and get started today. [4]du, “Internet Calling Pack, https://www.du.ae/personal/mobile/specialoffers/internet-calling-app”

Here is how to use Botim in du after activation

Once you subscribe to your desired plan and activate the Botim app using the number provided by du SIM, the Botim app works like any other wifi calling app.

The only difference is that, unlike other free wifi calling apps, it is authorized to use in UAE and Dubai.

You will be able to access the saved contacts on your mobile to contact your friends and family around the world.

You can make voice and video calls, send messages, create group chats and calls, share photos and videos, and so on to the app user worldwide.

UAE residents have to pay a premium subscription to use Botim app. However, it is available to download and use for free in other countries worldwide.

See also: How to Deactivate Botim in du?

Final thoughts

The UAE has banned several popular voice and video calling apps, including WhatsApp and IMO. Luckily, telecommunication operators like du and Etisalat can activate the Botim app to make audio or video calls and send texts, photos, and videos.

Overall, this is good news for residents of the UAE who want to stay connected with friends and family overseas. The Botim app is easy to use and provides a high-quality calling experience.

We hope this Dbd guide has helped you learn ‘how to activate Botim in du sim.’ Please, share this guide with your friends and start making voice and video calls using the Botim app today.

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Harry Evans
Harry Evans
Tech Specialist

Driven to stay up-to-date with the latest technological advances, Harry Evans is an enthusiastic computer science B.Sc graduate and tech specialist with a wealth of experience in technical support, IT process analysis, and quantitative research. His expertise explores how various technology tools can effectively solve complex issues and create distinct solutions through data-driven processes. Additionally, he is passionate about educating others on the best ways to use these new technologies.

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