Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company's (du) ninth Annual General Meeting (AGM) held today in Dubai approved the proposed Dh0.20 per share dividend for the second half of 2014.
This brings the total annual dividend pa
UAE-based du, a leading telecom services provider, has bolstered its plans for the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector with the offering of its Business Mobile Plan, which comprises of a suite of five plans depending on the needs of the cli
Kuwait-based Future International Communications (FIC) has signed a $14 million contract with UAE’s Du towards maintaining fixed and cellular communication, fibre optics and infrastructure networks for du in Abu Dhabi, a report said.
Du, a leading telecom provider in the Middle East, has launched the first LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) live network in the UAE, which would offer mobile broadband speeds up to 225Mbps.
The launch makes du the first telco with CAT-6 ready
Du, the UAE's No.2 telecom operator by subscriber numbers, said it has launched a first-of-its-kind new Prepaid Plan – ‘Extra Social’, an addition to the family of social plans.
As per the scheme, prepaid cus
Du, the United Arab Emirates' No 2 telecom operator, will up its capital expenditure this year but does not have any plans to raise debt, its CEO said on Thursday after its fourth-quarter profit fell 10 per cent to miss analysts' estimat
Du, the United Arab Emirates' No.2 telecom operator, reported a 10 per cent fall in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, missing analysts' estimates.
The firm, which ended rival Etisalat's domestic monopoly in 2007, made
The UAE’s General Authority for Regulating the Telecommunications Sector (TRA) recently discussed the quality of services provided by licensed operators with Dubai-based telco Du at the former’s headquarters in Abu Dhabi.
UAE telecom operator du said on Tuesday that a long-delayed deal on network sharing to allow competition in broadband, TV and landline services in the country has been agreed and should be effective by the end of the year.
Selevision, a leading Saudi Arabian on-demand service provider, has selected Dubai-based telecommunications company du’s and and Akamai Technologies’ content delivery services to support over-the-top delivery of its channel throughou