Umniah, a top telecom provider, has become the first Jordanian company to upgrade its Lync software to the 'Skype for Business' platform, the new Microsoft Office-integrated application.
Microsoft's recently-launched a
Bahrain’s leading telecommunication operator Batelco has mandated Citigroup to sell its Jordanian mobile operator Umniah, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Umniah, Jordan's No 3 mobile operator by subscr
Bahrain's Batelco has mandated Citigroup to sell its Jordanian mobile operator Umniah, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Umniah, Jordan's No 3 mobile operator by subscribers, competes with Zain Jordan, a u
Middle East Payment Services (MEPS), a leading payment services firm, has signed an agreement with Umniah, a top telecom operator in Jordan, under which Umniah customers will have access MasterCard services.
MEPS will install poin
Umniah, a telecom services provider in Jordan and a subsidiary of Batelco Group, announced that operations are moving forward on the completion of the newest 3G network in the Kingdom.
The company confirmed that it is in the process of fin
Jordan telecoms operator Umniah said it has partnered with Rotana, the leading producer and distributor of Arabic music, to offer its subscribers a unique listener experience through a number of value added services.
Under the agreement, U
Umniah, the leading telecom operator in Jordan and a subsidiary of Bahrain's Batelco Group, has announced that it was gearing up for the rollout of 3G services across the kingdom in the coming months.
A comprehensive mobile, Internet a
Jordan-based telecommunications company, Umniah, has re-launched its Oh!78 pointing system programme in appreciation of its subscribers’ confidence and as part of its ongoing efforts to exceed their expectations.
The program allows Umniah’
Umniah has launched its Umniahlive.net service for the first time in Jordan, enabling subscribers to consolidate data and efficiently manage their emails and online activities, as well as access other services and free applications.
Bahrain-based Batelco Group has bought a third-generation (3G) telecoms licence in Jordan for JD50 million ($70 million) via Umniah, a 96-per cent owned subsidiary, the leading operator said in a statement on Tuesday.
Umniah has obtained a