Qatar-based Ooredoo, a leading telecom group, has announced that its customer base has exceeded 100 million people across its footprint in the Mena region and Southeast Asia.
Ooredoo achieved this milestone in the fourth quarter o
Qatar-based Ooredoo, a leading telecom company with operations in many countries, reported a net profit of QR2.079 billion ($570 million) for the first nine months of this year, compared to QR2.069 billion during the same period last year.
Best Western International has embarked on the latest stage of its expansion in Myanmar, with the signing of its first ever hotel in Mandalay.
Scheduled to open in the third quarter of next year, the new midscale Best Wester
US investors will help finance a $480 million solar power project in Myanmar's northeastern Mandalay region, which will ultimately provide up to 12 per cent of the country's power generation, the US Trade Representative and an investment
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
Qatar’s Ooredoo on Saturday launched telecommunications services in Myanmar, one of the world’s least connected countries.
Ooredoo will take on two rivals rolling out networks in Myanmar, which has only 10 percent mobi
Qatar's leading telecom company Ooredoo has announced plans to launch its operations in Myanmar.
Ooredoo Group chairman Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud Al-Thani formally accepted the licence at a ceremony held in N
Best Western International (BWI), a global hotel chain, has opened its first hotel in Myanmar, the Best Western Green Hill Hotel, Yangon.
The contemporary, 189-room midscale hotel is located in the heart of Myanmar’s largest
Ooredoo is in talks with Norway's Telenor to share transmitter towers in Myanmar, seeking cost savings as they build networks in one of the world's least developed telecom markets, a top executive at the Qatari firm said.