Batelco, a leading telecom provider in Bahrain and Ericsson, a global IT company, have signed a new agreement aimed at upgrading Batelco’s 4G network to provide faster mobile broadband, superior voice quality and a set of new services.
Network speed is a significant factor that changes the behaviour of mobile broadband users in Saudi Arabia, a report said.
“The growth of mobile broadband usage in Saudi Arabia is driven by the high uptake of smartphones acr
Ooredoo, Qatar’s leading telecom company has launched the country’s first 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network, an ultra-fast mobile broadband enabling connection speeds three-to-six times faster than 3G.
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Batelco, the leading telecom services provider in Bahrain, has selected Ericsson as the sole vendor in the company’s deployment of its 4G/LTE network in the kingdom.
The agreement includes LTE radio access network, Evolved P
ICT firm Huawei has launched a Universal Mobile Telecom System (UMTS) solution that aims to double the number of simultaneous subscribers to a given network and enable them to receive mobile broadband (MBB) services.
The rapid gro
Batelco, Bahrain’s leading telecommunications provider, has started the process of enhancing both upload and download speeds for mobile broadband as part of the company’s strategy to enhance its networks.
The upgrade work which began on Ma
Du, a leading provider of telecom services in the UAE, has been ranked the best overall mobile broadband network of the Africa and Middle East Region carriers by a UK-based consulting firm.
The study done by ARCchart, an independent resear
Etisalat said it has signed an agreement with Alcatel-Lucent to jointly transform efficiency of delivering mobile broadband services in the UAE with lightRadio collaboration.
The agreement was signed by Nasser bin Obood, acting CEO- E
Etisalat, the leading telecom service provider in the UAE, has launched four new mobile broadband data packages.
The My DataPlan plans feature data allowances from 100MB to 20GB with attractively prices, said a statement.
To cope with smartphone adoption and the high demand for broadband and other data intensive applications, mobile operators are planning to move to fourth generation (4G) technologies, said a report.
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