The United Arab Emirates' two telecom operators will launch competition in fixed-line business and television services within 9-12 months, the chief executive of No.2 company du said on Monday.
Du and rival Etisalat are both u
Oman has granted a fixed-line telecommunications licence for the greater Muscat area to a consortium of Awaser Oman Company and Hong Kong's PCCW International, the regulator said on Monday, a decision that may squeeze earnings at Oman's
UAE telecoms provider du plans to expand its fixed-line operations across the country, putting more pressure on the Gulf's largest telecoms operator Etisalat.
Dubai-based du broke Etisalat's monopoly in 2007 and has been rapidly ga
By 2015, approximately 3.6 billion people – 50 per cent of the world’s population – will be able to access broadband services, according to a report.
In two new reports UK-based Ovum, a leading independent telecoms analyst, has unveiled re
The UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) on Saturday confirmed that both telecom operators in the country, Etisalat and du, are technically ready to open their fixed-line networks for competition.
Both operators will be able t
Telecom Egypt, the country's fixed-line monopoly, said on Sunday it plans to expand the services it offers in Jordan and connect the country to its TE North undersea cable, which runs from Egypt to France.
The firm has upgraded its lim