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Bahrain’s TRA revokes licence of Al Zubara

Bahrain’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has revoked Al Zubara International Trading's telecommunication licence. This is further to the TRA's notice published on May 1 in the Official Gazette and on i

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80pc customers satisfied with Bahraini telecom services

More than 80 per cent of customers are satisfied with their telecommunications services in Bahrain, according to the latest Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (TRA) survey. The results also indicated an increased number of peo

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Mobily inks submarine cable supply contract

Saudi-based telecom operator Mobily has signed a key supply contract with NEC Corporation to implement the S1H segment, representing the Thailand-to-Vietnam-and-Hong Kong section of the network. Mobily said it had signed the contract in

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Zain Iraq to launch 3G mobile services by Jan

Zain Iraq, the country's No.1 mobile operator by subscribers, will launch long-awaited high-speed 3G services in January after formally signing a deal with the government on Monday to receive the necessary spectrum. Zain Iraq,

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Omantel Q3 net profit rises 3.1pc

Oman Telecommunications (Omantel) reported a 3.1 per cent rise in third-quarter profit on Monday, according to Reuters calculations, meeting analysts' expectations. The former monopoly made a net profit of RO30 million ($77.9

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Mobily shares hit 32-month low

Shares in Saudi Arabia's Mobily tumbled for a fourth trading day on Sunday after the company scrapped its third-quarter dividend following its shock restatement of 18 months of earnings last week. Mobily's shares were down

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Mobily shares hit 32-month low

Shares in Saudi Arabia's Mobily tumbled for a fourth trading day on Sunday after the company scrapped its third-quarter dividend following its shock restatement of 18 months of earnings last week. Mobily's shares were down

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Zain Q3 profit falls on Iraq, forex losses

Zain, Kuwait's No 1 telecoms firm by subscribers, posted a 13 per cent fall in third-quarter profit, missing analysts' estimates due to foreign exchange losses and Iraq's civil war disrupting its operations in the country.

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Vodafone Qatar to turn profitable in 2015: CFO

Vodafone Qatar expects to turn profitable next year, its chief financial officer said after it reported a narrower loss for the second quarter. Vodafone Qatar, an affiliate of British mobile phone operator Vodafone Group, ended st

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Saudi regulator probes Mobily after earnings errors

Saudi Arabia's bourse regulator launched an investigation into Mobily on Monday after the telecoms firm restated a year and a half of its earnings, months before the kingdom is due to open its stock market to direct foreign investment.

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