Ooredoo, the leading telecom company in Qatar, has won the “Best Middle Eastern Wholesale Carrier” award at the recent Global Carrier Awards held in Amsterdam.
The success represents an important milestone for Ooredoo
Qatari telecommunications firm Ooredoo has launched a $1.25 billion, five-year debut sukuk at 160 basis points over swaps.
The order book is over $5 billion. Final terms compare to initial guidance of 165 bps over swaps.
The global communications industry has been urged to seize the challenge of providing more people with Broadband Internet access.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Telecom World event in
Ooredoo, Qatar's leading telecom operator, said it has hired five leading banks to arrange the sale of its first dollar-denominated Islamic bond (sukuk) offering.
The banks mandated for the sukuk are DBS Bank, Deutsche Bank, H
Ooredoo is set to reach the milestone of 2.5 million mobile customers in Qatar by December.
The company attributed to the sustained customer growth to the popularity of its Hala and Shahry services, and the wide range of options a
Ooredoo, the Qatar-based telecom major, has passed the milestone of more than one million mobile money customers across its global footprint.
Mobile money enables customers to use their mobile phones to access a comprehensive suit
Net profit at Qatari telecoms company Ooredoo plunged in the third quarter mainly because of foreign exchange losses from its Indonesian affiliate Indosat, the company said yesterday.
Profit fell 58 per cent to QR337 million ($92.
Silatech and the Applied Innovation Institute, in partnership with Ooredoo, have launched the first Arab Mobile App Challenge.
Teams of up to six members, under 30 years of age, will work to develop applications (apps) for mobile
Six months on from the beginning of its global brand transformation process, Ooredoo continues to build on its promise to take its business to another level, said Group CEO Dr Nasser Marafih.
In February 2013, Ooredoo had launched
Ooredoo, Qatar's No 1 telecom operator, may list on the London Stock Exchange or another major bourse as it seeks to attract more liquidity to its shares, its CEO said.
A listing outside the Gulf would also complement the comp