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Experts discuss Mena telecom growth strategy

More than 520 senior executives from 175 regional and global media and telecom companies are taking part in the 11th annual convergence summit which opened today (June 2) in Amman. Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan, the president of

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Saudi ‘most competitive cellular market’

Saudi Arabia has maintained its rank as the Arab world’s most competitive cellular market for the third consecutive year, a report said. Jordan came in second, followed by Palestine, added the report of the Cellular Competit

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Convergence summit opens in Amman

A total of 590 senior executives representing 210 regional and global TMT (technology, media and telecom) firms are taking part in the 10th annual Convergence Summit that opened today (June 3) in Amman. Organised by the Arab Advis

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500 delegates to attend Convergence Summit

More than 500 senior executives will attend the Arab Advisors Group’s 9th Convergence Summit to deliberate market trends and growth strategies in the Technology, Media, Telecommunications (TMT) space, including cloud-based services and revenue mod

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41pc use smartphones in Jordan

Smartphones constitute 41.6 per cent of total cellular handsets in Jordan, according to a recent survey. The new Arab Advisors Group’s survey of cellular users in Jordan reveals insightful details on the smartphones adoption and usage

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Arab Advisors media summit opens in Amman

A major conference in the context of a continued and accelerating mobile broadband boom in the Arab world has commenced in Amman. Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan inaugurated the eighth annual Arab Advisors Group Media and Telecommunications

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Arab mobile broadband market booming

The mobile broadband is booming in the Arab World with 14 countries in the region having high-speed 3G networks, said a study by Arab Advisors Group, released ahead of a major telecom event in Amman. Arab Advisors Group is a specializ

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Govts 'dominate terrestrial TV sector'

Governments continue to dominate terrestrial TV channels in the Arab World, according to a study. Regulations and market dynamics have ensured that -except in a few countries- the number of terrestrial TV stations did not grow in the past

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Survey on Tunisia household media usage

The Arab Advisors Group launched a major new survey of households in Tunisia last month. The survey report, Tunisia Households Media and Internet Survey 2010, will provide the results of a major comprehensive survey of households in Tunisi

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News channels ‘get top advertising rates’

News and current affairs channels have the highest average advertising rates amongst FTA (free-to-air) satellite channels in the Arab world, said a report. The average advertising rates of free-to-air satellite news and current affairs cha

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