The Nawras brand in Oman, which transformed into Ooredoo last week, is set to roll-out the new brand supported by a range of initiatives and new services.
As Ooredoo, the company will strive for consistency in delivering the best
Nawras, a leading telecommunications operator in Oman, has completed its rebranding journey to officially become Ooredoo, joining over 95 million customers across their markets in the Middle East, North Africa and South East Asia.
Nawras, Oman's No.2 telecom operator by subscribers, made a net profit of RO10.8 million ($28.1 million) in the three months to September 30 up from RO8 million ($20.7 million) in the year-earlier period, marking a rise of 35.9 per cent.
Nawras, an Omani communications provider owned by Ooredoo, has announced that it will rebrand to Ooredoo by the end of this year to fully integrate into one of the fastest growing global telecommunication brands.
Nawras customers will e
Omani telecom operator Nawras has launched its new 4G/LTE Home Broadband services for prepaid and postpaid customers.
The LTE network aims at giving customers an online experience three times faster than 3G, for everything from su
Nawras, the leading telecom operator in Oman and an Ooredoo company, has introduced two new packages under its ‘Shahry Keys’ scheme for its roaming customers.
Under this promotion, the customers of Shahry Sahra and Sha
Nawras, the leading telecom operator in Oman and an Ooredoo company, recently launched its third 3G+ carrier services on the 900MHz band across several cities countrywide.
As part of its turbocharging programme, Nawras has moderni
Nawras, a leading telecom provider in Oman and an Ooredoo company, has begun transforming the existing network to a fully turbocharged network in the southern regions of the Sultanate.
Salalah customers are going to be the first a
Nawras, a top telecom provider in Oman and an Ooredoo company, has registered a 14.3 per cent growth in its net profit for the first quarter of 2014 which soared to RO8.8 million ($22.7 million) compared to RO7.7 million last year due to improve
Technology is a 'human growth accelerator' and can play a major role in driving forward economic development, said Nawras CEO Greg Young.
He was delivering a keynote speech at the Comex 2014, a leading information and comm