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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Every now and then , held an auction here or there about the numbers distinctive license plates or phones or other than impressing a certain class of society , and perhaps this does not mean gulf country certain , but the Gulf were taken that passion even to Europe , through the search for numbers characteristic whether for cars or mobile phones .
Few days before , specifically on Saturday evening , the Emirates Telecommunications Corporation (Etisalat) to sell the most expensive number in

the UAE , and will definitely be the most expensive number in the world , via the auction competition in which more than a thousand ” bidder ” .
According to the telecommunications company , has introduced a 70 digit ” Macie ” representing elite numbers , and offer them at auction , saw the ferocity of competition resulted in the arrival of the number ( 050 777 777 ) to $ 7.8 million dirhams , equivalent to 2.2 million dollars.
The figure was the most memorable, in which the largest number of bidders amounted to 700 numbers are a buyer, all of whom tried to nail the number.
The auction was held in two different places at the same time and the satellites, where he was the first auction in the Armani Hotel in the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, while the other was auctioned at the same time the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi.
The number 0507777777 witnessed fierce competition between bidders the 700, since the amount of 7,877,777 won AED during the live auction in both Dubai and Abu Dhabi Armani Hotel Burj Khalifa and Emirates Palace.
The figures are the first 10 of the package , ” Diamond ” has sold for $ 13.55 million dirhams , but on the other hand , did not reveal the name of the buyer is the number -resolution , however, the company said its chief executive through the citizen and the purchaser will use the figure to face.

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