Huge new beach district opening in Dubai on October 15
Meraas’ La Mer to bring 130 cafés, licensed restaurants, hotels and a water park to Jumeirah
Dubai Police self-service stations to open at Last Exit
One of Dubai’s most popular food stations now offers smart police services
Dubai launches fire-fighting drones
Drones to help with support and operations for tackling tower fires
Art & Culture
Avatar Cirque du Soleil show coming to Dubai
Huge theatrical spectacular at Dubai World Trade Centre in January 2018
Desert Mackem May 28, 2010 07:53 am
I'm not surprised there is a poor take up of AJS cards.There has been very little advertising, certainly not in English, but I eventually figured out where to get the normal smart card. Went thru' a lot of hassle to get it to work on my Showbox & now when I go to the website to upgrade to the World Cup package, the "System has been disabled".
It now seems like I will need to go & buy another card at a petrol station to get the right channels.
najla May 25, 2010 08:07 pm
waiting for the list of best venues to watch the games .... it is much fun than watching the games home ...especially the key ones.
Simon Clough May 19, 2010 09:53 am
Well maybe if they publicised it properly there might be more sales ! Or sold the cards somewhere more high profile. I've never heard of Target or Wadi Nada electronics.
Also are we guarenteed English commentary? Or is Arabic compulsory?
Franck May 19, 2010 09:37 am
Just hope that, every day during the world cup, Timeout will sort all the places where we can watch the games in Dubai!!
Would be great!
Thanks in advance!
Janet May 19, 2010 09:22 am
Maybe sales are sluggish because the majority of people no longer have the disposable income for such &/or are tired of switching from one subscriber to another whilst amassing numerous decoders, remote controls & dishes & being ripped off into the bargain. Sport is no longer available to the masses only the rich who can afford these hefty prices.