Dubai's mobile services including GSM, UMTS and LTE within the measured sites in the emirate have emission levels well below the guidelines laid down by the International Commission for Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) for exposure
Etisalat, one of the largest telecom operators in the region, has launched a reserve credit privilege that enables prepaid customers to make calls or send text messages even without credit.
The service offers users credit of up to
Bahrain’s mobile telecom firms have been ordered to improve their performance, after an increase in the number of complaints about bad voice quality and unstable data services, a report said.
The Telecommunications Regulator
Bahrain's telecom watchdog Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has fixed the cost of capital for regulated telecommunications services in the Kingdom at 9.5 per cent, said a report.
In its final determination on the
Bahrain's latest telecom sector indicators have shown excellent growth despite the global economic downturn, said a report in the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
The telecom sector is a significant factor contributing
UAE's leading telecommunications services company Etisalat said it has finalised the sale of a 9.1 per cent stake in Indonesian mobile firm PT XL Axiata for Dh1.87 billion ($509 million)
Following the sale, Etisalat will retai
Bahrain Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) will develop the bottom-up cost models for fixed access, fixed core and mobile networks to get a better understanding of the cost of providing telecoms services in the Kingdom.
Du, the integrated telecom service provider in the UAE, said the company is celebrating its expanding mobile customer base – which is closing in on the five million mark – at the ongoing 'Gitex Technology Week 2011' in Dubai.
The arrival of more robust mobile data services will trigger the development of "m-agriculture" applications that will help make agricultural economies in the Middle East and Africa region more efficient and more profitable, said a new report.
Kuwait Telecom Company (Viva) on Wednesday announced the launch of its GSM network services in Kuwait thus becoming the country’s third mobile network operator after Zain and Wataniya.
Viva is run by Saudi Telecom (STC), the largest Arab m