Saudi Arabia's Mobily on Wednesday said it swung to a full-year loss in 2014 after the telecommunications operator announced its audited results, also revealing it had breached loan covenants with various lenders.
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Saudi Arabia's Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) has sacked its chief executive Khalid Al-Kaf, who had been suspended since November pending an investigation into accounting practices at the telecom operator, it said on Wednesday.
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
The chairman of Saudi Arabia's Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) has resigned with immediate effect, the kingdom's No 2 telecommunications operator said on Tuesday.
Abdulaziz Al-Saghyir quit due to health reasons, but will remain o
Bahrain’s telecom operators could be forced to share telephone masts as part of new government regulations, Transportation and Telecommunications Minister Kamal Ahmed told a press conference after the weekly Cabinet session yesterday (Febr
Saudi Arabia's telecommunications regulator has slashed call termination fees by 40 per cent, a move which is seen as mostly benefiting Zain Saudi, the smallest of the kingdom's three mobile network operators.
Batelco Group, the international telecommunications group with operations across 14 countries, has announced that its group CEO Alan Whelan will be leaving the company.
Ihab Hinnawi, CEO at Batelco’s sister company Umn
Bahrain’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has published a public consultation on ‘Prepaid Telecommunications Services Registration Regulations’ on its website recently.
Dr Khalid Bin Dais Al Khalifa
Oman Telecommunications (Omantel) reported an 11 per cent fall in fourth-quarter profit on Sunday, according to Reuters calculations, missing analysts' estimates as it ended a run of five straight quarters of rising earnings.
Egypt will issue landline telecom licences to participating mobile operators within weeks, the country's communications minister said on Wednesday, in a move that will end state-owned Telecom Egypt's fixed-line monopoly.