Axiom Telecom, the GCC’s largest mobile reseller, has unveiled HTC VIVE – the first virtual reality system of its kind that promises to immerse users into a digital world of unlimited possibilities.
“The HTC VIVE
Axiom Telecom has signed a distributor agreement with Huawei, enabling Axiom to retail and distribute smartphones and mobiles from the Chinese ICT brand across the UAE.
“Huawei is marking itself out as growing force in the s
Dubai Holding could raise almost $1 billion from the sale of its minority stakes in two telecoms firms, J.P. Morgan said in a research note, part of a strategy by state-linked companies to sell assets to repay the emirate's debt pile.
Axiom Telecom, a multi-brand distributor and retailer of mobile telecom devices, today launched the new BlackBerry Q10 smartphone powered by BlackBerry 10 in the UAE.
“The time has come for the UAE’s legion of BlackBer
Axiom Telecom, a leading multi-brand distributor and retailer of mobile devices, will start pre booking orders from tomorrow (April 18) for the HTC One smartphone.
“With the availability of the HTC One, customers in the UAE
Axiom Telecom, a top retailer of mobile devices, and NQ Mobile, a leading global provider of mobile Internet services, have teamed up to offer device protection via the preloaded NQ Mobile Security.
Available in 150 countries worl
Axiom Telecom, a leading distributor and retailer of mobile devices and telecom services, has launched the new Sony Xperia Z smartphone in Saudi Arabia.
The new flagship smartphone from the Japanese electronic pioneer is retailing
Axiom Telecom has announced the launch of the all-new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone, powered by BlackBerry 10, starting February 16.
The smartphone is available in black or white and is retailing for SR2,599 ($693.07), a statement fro
Leading mobile phones retailer, Axiom Telecom, has introduced a new Lucky Dip promotion offering shoppers over Dh1 million ($0.27 million) in prizes.
Each purchase over Dh500 at an Axiom Telecom store in UAE grants customers the c
Smartphones and tablets are being adopted at a rate 10 times faster than PCs from the 1980s, two times faster than the Internet in the 1990s, and three times faster than the current social networking boom, said a report by analytics firm Flurry.