Batelco, the leading telecommunication solutions provider in Bahrain, has added 12 new international destinations to its data roaming packages to provide the best services for its customers.
The bolt-on p
UAE-based telecom group Etisalat has launched its new global business roaming packages, offering incoming voice as well as data for its frequent international business travellers across 90 countries and over 180 operators.
The General Authority for Regulating the Telecommunication Sector (TRA) in the UAE has directed mobile operators in the country to reduce GCC roaming rates by an average of 42 per cent.
The new rates came into force on April 1 and
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) will cut telecom roaming charges for making and receiving calls and sending text messages within the six-nation bloc by an average of 40 per cent from April 1, an official said via state media on Thursday.
Ooredoo has launched its all-new value-added plans, designed to help travellers to the UAE stay connected and keep in touch.
The new bundles, named Musafir UAE, from the leading telecom operator, have dou
Lenovo, a leader in providing innovative consumer, commercial and enterprise technology, has launched a new global wireless roaming service called Lenovo Connect.
A long-time mobile virtual network operat
Emirates Data Clearing House, a leading data clearing house in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region, has launched its campaign for Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016 that will revolve around unleashing roaming profits through specialis
Saudi Arabia's Etihad Etisalat Mobily has signed an international roaming agreement with Vodafone Group covering 21 countries around the world.
As a result of the agreement, 21 countries around the world where Vodafone Group h
Lower roaming prices in the GCC for phone calls, text messages and mobile data will come into effect from next year. The new rates will be applied in two phases, with lower wholesale prices applied to operators on January 1 and retail customer
International roaming rates between Bahrain and other GCC countries will drop next year. The move was announced as His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa chaired the weekly Cabinet meeting yesterday (August 24)