Omantel, a top telecom provider in Oman, has announced the landing of the Asia Africa Europe-1 (AAE-1) cable system in the French city of Marseille.
Spanning approximately 25,000 km, the AAE-1 submarine cable is one of the first u
Oman Telecommunications (Omantel) reported a 0.6 per cent rise in first-quarter profit on Thursday, beating analysts' estimates amid strong revenues from fixed and mobile broadband services.
The former monopoly made a net prof
Oman Airports Management Company (OAMC), in collaboration with telecom services provider Omantel, will link all airports in Oman through fixed telecommunications solutions, said a report.
The first phase of the project will connect Musc
Oman Telecommunications Co (Omantel) scrapped plans for a $130 million, five-year dual-currency sukuk issue because the interest rates offered by lenders were too high, the company's chief executive said.
Last month, the state
Oman Tourism Development Corporation (Omran) has invited bids for the construction of the new headquarters for Oman Telecommunications Company (Omantel) at its upcoming convention and exhibition centre in capital Muscat.
The project wil
Oman Telecommunications Co (Omantel) has opened for subscription its debut RO50 million ($129.9 million) sukuk issue, the former monopoly said on Wednesday.
The Islamic bond will have a lifespan of five years, with investors allow
Omantel, the largest telecom services provider in Oman, has chosen US-based Teoco to provide multiyear managed services that cover radio access network (RAN) planning and optimization, including customer experience management.
UAE-based du, a major telecom service provider in the Middle East, has partnered with Omantel, Oman’s largest telecom operator, for its award-winning IPTV service platform.
Through this regional first tie up between the oper
Omantel, a leading Omani telecom operator, has announced the launch of the first Zero Site solution from Ericsson in the Sultanate in a bid to meet end user demands with industry leading solutions.
During the Khareef season in 201
Oman Telecommunications (Omantel) reported a 15.5 per cent fall in second-quarter net profit on Thursday.
The former monopoly made a net profit of OR26.7 million ($69.35 million) in the three months to June 30, down from OR31.6 mi