Special numbers auction to boost Mothers’ Endowment campaign

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Fancy vehicle plate numbers and mobile numbers are being auctioned off in the UAE in support of the Mothers’ Endowment campaign.

The 'Most Noble Number' charity auction is set to kick off on Sunday, March 24 at the Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach.

Proceeds of the auction will go towards the AED 1 billion endowment fund in honour of mothers and its aim of implementing education projects across underprivileged communities.

A total of 31 special numbers are up for grabs, including 10 vehicle plate numbers, 10 du mobile numbers and 11 etisalat by e& mobile numbers.

The auction is organised by Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives (MBRGI) in collaboration with Emirates Auction and with the support of Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), etisalat by e& and du.

The 10 plate numbers to be auctioned on Sunday are: O74, O51, V39, P42, Q49, T95, U53, U79, W62, W85.

Special numbers from etisalat by e& are: 0545555555, 0561444444, 0569111111, 0548888881, 0545555551, 0544000001, 0568888800, 0564488888, 0564444499, 0563000004 and 0564344444.

The list of du special numbers include: 0587777770, 0587777771, 0587777772, 0587777773, 0587777774, 0587777775, 0587777776, 0587777777, 0587777778 and 0587777779.

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