UAE's leading telecom services operator Etisalat has launched a first-of-its-kind service allowing customers to gift mobile data packages to their families and friends and receive 10 per cent bonus data as a reward for every package they gif
Nawras, the leading telecom operator in Oman and an Ooredoo company, recently launched its third 3G+ carrier services on the 900MHz band across several cities countrywide.
As part of its turbocharging programme, Nawras has moderni
Etisalat, a leading telecommunication services provider in the UAE, has announced a limited period offer of 1GB mobile data for Dh10 ($2.72).
This will enable Wasel prepaid and postpaid subscribers to experience high-speed interne
Zain Group, a leader in telecom services, recently held a conference its operating companies as well as technology providers and partners to discuss ways of leveraging the mobile data boom in Dubai.
The Zain Technology Conference
United Arab Emirates' du on Thursday reported a 62 percent rise in first-quarter net profit, beating analysts' estimates, as the telecoms operator added subscribers and mobile data revenue more than doubled from a year earlier.
Batelco, the Kingdom’s leading mobile services provider, has announced a new concept for its mobile broadband services with the addition of unlimited data packages based on a Fair Usage Policy (FUP).
Thanks to this great initiative, Batelc
Oman Telecommu-nications Co (Omantel) and rival operator Nawras are in talks with the Sultanate’s regulator to be assigned coveted lower-frequency spectrum to aid surging demand for mobile data.
Lower frequencies, which travel faster, pene
UAE telecoms operator du plans to roll out a new high-speed mobile broadband network by the end of 2011, a company executive said on Tuesday.
The move comes as regional rivals race to introduce the service, which is based on long-term
Mobile data traffic growth, which is doubling every year, is expected to overtake voice traffic by 2011, according to Nokia Siemens Networks.
Mobile data traffic will grow exponentially until 2013, it said.
Nokia Siemens Networks,