Zain, a leading telecommunications operator in the Middle East and Africa region, has partnered with Ericsson to implement its innovative Charging & Billing in One (CBIO) solution across its Gulf operations.
The company will b
Telecom operator Zain wants to retain majority control of its Bahraini subsidiary after the unit's initial public offering, but has yet to agree the exact terms of the share sale, the Kuwaiti firm's chief executive said on Sunday.
Zain, Kuwait's No. 1 telecom operator, blamed a plunge in the Sudanese pound and other foreign exchange moves as it reported a fifth straight decline in quarterly profit on Monday.
The former monopoly, which operates in eight
Zain Bahrain has announced the commencement of implementation activities pertaining to the final stages of its network upgrade with the support of Ericsson, the world-renowned technology solutions provider.
The $100 million networ
Mobile telecommunications group Zain wants to expand in North Africa by taking controlling stakes in companies or winning management contracts in the region, the Kuwaiti group's chief executive said.
Expanding abroad would app
Zain Bahrain, a leading telecom services operator in the Kingdom, has entered into a managed services agreement with Ericsson to help increase the company's internal productivity.
Signed during the Ericsson Networked Society F
Bahrain labour fund Tamkeen said it has signed an agreement with Zain Bahrain to train 19 Bahraini employees in various aspects of management and leadership.
The agreement was signed under Tamkeen's Career Progression Programm
Zain expects its contract to run Lebanon's main mobile operator to be rolled over until Lebanon forms a new government which can authorise tenders for new contracts, the Kuwaiti firm's chief executive told Reuters.
Bahrain's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) today allocated the necessary spectrum to the current holders of IMTL licences in order to enable them to provide Long Term Evolution (LTE) services.
The local holding company of Zain Iraq, the country's No.1 telecommunications operator by subscribers, appointed seven board members and a managing director on Monday, a step towards a mandatory initial public offering (IPO) expected in 2014