Bahrain's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) said that both of its court cases against Menatelecom have been suspended, until the Appeals Court gives a final ruling.
The telecom company had earlier won a court order
Mena Telecom will today launch the most powerful broadband packages in Bahrain, it has been revealed.
Broadband Internet users in Bahrain can now enjoy higher speeds of up to 18 Mb, higher download capacities and lower prices, with Mena Te
Mena Telecom, the investment subsidiary of KFH-Bahrain, has added a new outlet to its retail network.
One of the most advanced WiMAX network providers in the region, the company has opened a new retail branch in Isa Town.
Bahrain-based Internet service provider Mena Telecom is targeting corporate clients with new-generation information communications technology (ICT).
The company, an investment subsidiary of Kuwait Finance House-Bahrain (KFH-Bahrain), has l
Mena Telecom has unveiled another unique product for the first time in Bahrain - 'Game 4G' service that will enable better online games experience for PlayStation, X-box and PC games players.
The new 'Game 4G' s
A delegation from parent company Kuwait Finance House (KFH), including chairman Bader Al Mukhaizeem, visited Mena Telecom in Seef.
Accompanying Al Mukhaizeem was Mena Telecom chairman Abdulhakeem Alkhayyat, who is also KFH-Bahrain managing
Mena Telecom's broadband subscriber base has exceeded 33,000 after only one year of WiMAX service in Bahrain.
Mena Telecom, an investment subsidiary of KFH-Bahrain, is the first company in the world to launch a nationwide WiMAX using W
Mena Telecom, an investment subsidiary of Kuwait Finance House - Bahrain, is strengthening its nationwide WiMAX network, it was announced.
The telecom firm will further boost its network coverage across Bahrain, to include Durrat Al Bahrai
Mena Telecom, an investment subsidiary of Kuwait Finance House - Bahrain, has launched a new WiMAX device that has built-in WiFi connectivity.
With this the customers can now wirelessly link multiple devices to the WiFi-enabled CPE through
A number of the telecom companies in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) see capital expenditure (Capex) liquidity bottlenecks as a real threat to growth amid the global economic crisis, said a study.
According to the study conduc