For those who prefer in-person payment options, numerous service centers are available throughout the city. These centers, operated by entities such as the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), and the Dubai Municipality, provide dedicated counters for bill payments. Additionally, some banks and financial institutions in Dubai offer their customers the convenience of paying government bills through their online banking platforms or ATMs.

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Free SIM Card and Wi-Fi for Dubai Residents

"Stay Connected, Always: Free Wi-Fi & SIM Card for Dubai Residents! Living in Dubai ensures you're never disconnected. Enjoy free Wi-Fi in most hotels, tourist attractions, and numerous public spaces across the city. Residents aged 18 and above, take note! Upon your arrival at Dubai International Airport, telecom operator 'du' offers a free Tourism SIM card. Benefit from three minutes of talk time and 20MB of mobile data, free of charge and valid for 90 days!

Need more? Easily top up your SIM card at a 'du' kiosk situated in the arrivals area of Dubai International Airport or at Dubai Duty Free. Explore a range of phone plans including voice and data bundles, pay-as-you-go plans, or prepaid recharge cards tailored to your needs. Remember, registration for your SIM card requires your passport or ID card, along with your valid UAE visa. For calls within the UAE, be mindful that mobile phone numbers are ten digits long. The country code for the UAE is +971. If someone from abroad wants to reach you, they'll need to dial 00971 followed by your number. Stay connected and make the most of Dubai's connectivity perks!"

"When you run out of data, the UAE provides FREE public Wi-FI through two of its major Telecom Providers.