South African telecoms giant MTN on Wednesday denied an allegation that it had illegally repatriated $13.92 billion from Nigeria, saying the claim was without merit.
Lawmakers in the upper house of Nigeria's parliament agreed
Batelco, Bahrain's leading digital solutions provider, has upgraded its webhosting platform in line with its commitment to support businesses in Bahrain throught the delivery of the most up-to-date solutions.
Du needs to regain momentum in the prepaid mobile market if it is to counteract higher government taxes and halt an earnings slump, the chief executive of the UAE's No 2 telecom operator said on Sunday.
Osman Sultan's rema
Telecom Egypt (TE), the state-owned landline monopoly, said on Sunday its board had tentatively approved plans to buy a fourth-generation mobile licence and a company official said it would offer the services within a year of obtaining frequenci
Bahrain's telecom sector revenues reached BD450 million ($1.193 billion) in 2015, a growth of 4.7 per cent compared with BD430 million in 2014, the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority's (TRA) latest market indicators report said.
Telecommunications operator Zain Saudi reported a wider second-quarter loss on Thursday, missing analysts' forecasts.
The company has yet to make a quarterly profit since launching services in 2008 and has battled to compete a
Abu Dhabi-listed Etisalat reported a 51 percent rise in second-quarter net profit on Wednesday on the back of foreign exchange gains and lower finance costs and royalties.
Etisalat, which directly and indirectly operates in about
Vodafone Qatar, an affiliate of Vodafone Group, reported on Tuesday a first-quarter loss that was flat compared with the corresponding period of last year, as higher customer numbers offset a decline in total revenue.
Etisalat, UAE's leading telecom company, has successfully on-boarded its first virtualised telecom function using Affirmed Networks' virtualised Evolved Packet Core (vEPC) solution.
Representing the core technology c
Telecom consumers in Bahrain saved at least BD74 million ($196 million) in 2014 compared with 2008 as a result of the competitive environment in the kingdom’s telecommunications sector, a study has revealed.