Dubai Media Incorporated (DMI), a leading media organisation and TV broadcaster in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region, has launched a new subscription OTT service for registered users, according to a report.
Leading Omani tile manufacturer Al Maha Ceramics has opened a RO8-million ($20 million) initial public offering (IPO) of shares to be listed and traded on the Muscat Securities Market for subscription.
Dentons and its Omani associ
Zain Bahrain, a leading telecom company in the kingdom, has extended the subscription period for its initial public offering (IPO) until the end of this month.
The IPO started on September 2 and was initially supposed to close yes
Mobile broadband accounts for almost nine out of 10 Internet subscriptions in Bahrain, according to figures released by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA).
Of the 1.63 million broadband subscriptions recorded last y
The subscriptions to initial public offerings (IPOs) in the Saudi stock market plunged 53 per cent in the first six months to SR1.2 billion ($319 million) from SR2.5 billion during the same period last year, said
Asiacell Communications, a leading provider of mobile telecom services in Iraq with 9.9 million subscribers, has opened for subscription 67.5 billion shares, representing 25 per cent of the company’s share capital.
Al Izz Islamic Bank, the second sharia-compliant lender being formed in Oman, plans to offer a total of 400 million shares at a fixed offer price of 102 bizas in its initial public offering (IPO) next week.
The announcement from t
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) has announced the launch of its diversified basket note that provides an opportunity to small or large investors to profit from the anticipated strengthening of prices of eight leading commodities.
Etisalat has announced “free lifetime validity” for all its new and existing Wasel prepaid customers, allowing customers to maintain their subscriptions without having to renew again.
The free lifetime validity will be applied automaticall
Saudi Telecom (STC), the leading mobile operator in Saudi Arabia, has launched a new special offer on both postpaid and prepaid Blackberry package subscription fees.
The offer reduces the fee to SR49 ($13.06) instead of SR79, with 1GB data