Travelport, a leading travel commerce platform providing distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the $8 trillion global travel and tourism industry, has signed a multi-year, global full content deal with Air Go Egypt.
Saudi Arabia-based Etihad Etisalat Company (Mobily) and its subsidiary Bayanat Al-Oula entered into a partnership with Etihad Atheeb Telecom (GO) yesterday (December 1) to extend cooperation in the area of integration of services.
Saudi Arabia's Etihad Atheeb Telecom has received regulatory approval to launch a 1.175 billion riyals ($310 million) capital increase, paving the way for the loss-making firm to resume trading on the kingdom's bourse.
Atheeb, 15-percent o
Saudi Arabia's Atheeb Telecom, which has been facing mounting losses over the past year, plans to cut its capital by more than half, a bourse statement said on Sunday.
"The Capital Market Authority... has approved Atheeb Telecom's re
Saudi Arabia's Atheeb Telecom on Wednesday said unfair competition was to blame for mounting losses that led to its shares being suspended on the kingdom's bourse.
The fixed line provider, which is 15 percent-owned by Bahrain Telec
Saudi Arabia's bourse regulator has suspended trading in Atheeb Telecom shares after the fixed line provider announced mounting losses, violating local market rules.
Atheeb, which is 15 percent-owned by Bahrain Telecommunications Co (B
Saudi Arabia’s GO Telecom has launched the “Terhal Business” digital calling service based on cloud telecommunications concept.
“Terhal Business” is designed to cater to the needs of various business sectors and will contribute to e
Etihad Atheeb Telecom “GO”, the first 4G (Cloud Telecom) operator in Saudi Arabia, has launched low-cost international calling cards, to help Hajj pilgrims.
The cards can be used to make calls to many destinations around the world for 55 h
Etihad Atheeb Telecom GO, the first Cloud Telecom in the Region, has registered and assigned an Arabic domain name for the company website, for the first time in Saudi Arabia’s Internet history.
Arabic speaking internet users can visit the
GO Telecom, a leading wireless Internet brand in Saudi Arabia, has launched a 1GB package at 90 halalas ($0.24) per day, aiming to aid students with mobile broadband.
The 4G “igo” service includes a plug & play USB modem, which transfe