Virgin Mobile Middle East and Africa (VMMEA) has now surpassed 3.5 million customers, making it the MVNO leader in the MEA region
Virgin Mobile Middle East and Africa was the first licensed MVNO to launch in the Middle East region
Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), a fully licensed telecom operator in the UAE and the owner of du, today introduced its second brand, Virgin Mobile, in a strategic decision to strengthen its telecommunications offerings.
Virgin Mobile said its regional unit has been named the most successful mobile virtual network operator in the Middle East & Africa (MEA) region at its global conference in Amsterdam.
The company has been awarded the “Mo
Virgin Mobile Middle East & Africa (VMMEA), part of the Virgin family group of companies announced today that 2.5 million customers now use its mobile telecom services.
Mikkel Vinter, CEO and founder of Virgin Mobile Middle Ea
Virgin Mobile has appointed Fouad Halawi as its new CEO to lead the company into its next phase of development in the Kingdom.
Halawi brings with him over 15 years of executive management experience in the telecommunications indus
Virgin Mobile Saudi Arabia plans to expand the variety of payment options it offers to mobile subscribers in the Kingdom via an agreement with Payfort, a leading online payment service provider in the region.
The new Saudi operato
Virgin Mobile Middle East & Africa (VMMEA) has launched virtual telecom services in Malaysia, teaming up with the south east Asian country's No.4 operator U Mobile and stepping up competition in an already crowded market.
A consortium that includes Virgin Mobile Middle East & Africa (VMMEA) will list its shares on the Oman bourse within five years as a condition of winning a licence to provide telecom services in the Gulf Arab state.
Gulf Investment Corp (GIC) will invest $50 million in Virgin Mobile's Middle East operation, a sign that the region may be ready to open up to more competition as the company looks to expand into new markets.
Vodafone Qatar and Qatar Telecom on Saturday both welcomed a ruling by regulators in a dispute over Virgin Mobile's entry to the local market, but there were signs the battle may have further to run.
Regulator ictQATAR said earlier it had