UAE's top telecom services operator Etisalat said its business customers in the UAE are in for a major upgrade as the company boosts broadband speeds by up to 2.5 times for free.
Etisalat is doubling the speeds of its existing
Bahrain has been at the forefront of liberalisation of the telecommunications sector among the Arab countries, according to a recent report.
The World Bank report, entitled ‘Broadband Networks in the Middle East and North Af
VIVA, a leading telecommunications company in Bahrain, has launched new mobile packages in the kingdom.
Unlimited 5 is an all-inclusive data and mobile package that offers customers unlimited data usage and access to 4G LTE.
Tawasul Telecom, a leading provider of Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) networking services in the Middle East and the Gulf region, has signed a deal with Equinix to have a second Point of Presence (PoP) in the UAE.
The PoP wi
Viva Kuwait, the country's number-two mobile operator by subscribers, has received regulatory approval to list on the local stock exchange nearly six years after it completed an initial public offering, the company said on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia-based telecom operator Mobily is set to transform from a telecommunication provider to a leading information, communication and technology (ICT) services provider by 2020.
This plan has necessitated the building of da
Qatar-based Ooredoo's mobile telecommunication network said it has broken through the one million customer milestone in its newest market of Myanmar, less than three weeks after going live with its services.
Since the l
Qatar-based Ooredoo's mobile telecommunication network in Myanmar will cover 25 million people by the end of the year, it has been revealed.
Ooredoo, which recently launched its services in Myanmar’s three major cities a
Saudi Arabia’s telecom and IT spend is set to reach SR108.7 billion ($28.9 billion) this year, an increase of six per cent as compared to SR102.6 billion last year, said a report.
An IDC market research firm study found that
Oman Telecommunications (Omantel) reported a flat second-quarter profit on Tuesday, beating analysts' estimates despite a drop in revenue as expenses also fell.
The former monopoly made a net profit of 31.5 million rials ($81.