Bahrain is keen to create the best conditions for the construction and real estate sectors to flourish, given their importance in ensuring economic growth, His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa has said.
A dazzling trio of trade shows featuring close to 130 exhibitors from across the building and construction, interiors and real estate sectors were opened today in Bahrain by His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the Prime Mini
A dazzling trio of trade shows featuring close to 130 exhibitors from across the building and construction, interiors and real estate sectors will open tomorrow in Bahrain.
The showcase – comprising the flagship gulfBID and
Ooredoo Algeria announced that it has reached the milestone of 3.5 million 3G customers in 25 provinces within the first year of the launch of the service.
Ooredoo’s 3G network has been ranked as the fastest network in North
North Korea's Internet and 3G mobile networks were paralysed again on Saturday evening, China's official Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday, with the North Korean government blaming the US for systemic instability in the country'
Telecom operators in Bahrain can offload 3G or 4G traffic on to Wi-Fi networks to provide fast and reliable speeds to mobile customers, an expert has said.
According to Aruba Networks Middle East and Turkey regional director Ammar
Acer, a leading hardware and software services company, has launched a new mobile device which combines voice functionality and 3G connectivity in a portable, premium looking design with a seven-inch screen.
The Acer Iconia Tab 7
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
UAE's leading telecom services operator Etisalat said it has started upgrading its customers from 2G to 3G service with the launch of the first UAE smartphone for Dh299 ($81.4) with free monthly 100MB data capacity for 6 months.
Iraq plans to auction third-generation (3G) telecommunications licences for a minimum of $307 million each, sources familiar with the matter said, a move that could allow new entrants into the sector but slow the rollout of mobile Internet servi