Vodafone Qatar said it has reached a non-binding agreement to buy state-owned Qatar National Broadband Network (QNBN) and expects to complete the deal by the end of the year.
Vodafone Qatar, the country's No 2 mobile operator
Ericsson has signed a three-year managed services agreement with Vodafone Egypt to deliver operational efficiency and boost its network availability in the greater Cairo area.
With this agreement, Vodafone Egypt will avail network field
Qitcom 2014, Qatar’s largest ICT event which includes a feature a conference, exhibition and regional awards programme, will be sponsored by leading technology organisations and government departments.
Vodafone Qatar, part o
Vodafone Qatar, an affiliate of Vodafone Group, reported a narrowing third-quarter loss on Thursday, Reuters calculations show, helped by a growth in its customer base.
Vodafone, which ended Ooredoo's domestic monopoly in 2009
Egyptian state security prosecutors are questioning the makers of a commercial for Vodafone Egypt after a little-known rap singer alleged the ad included coded signals for bomb attacks by the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Egyptian unit
Egypt Telecom, the country's main telephone company, has denied media reports that it is planning to sell its 45 per cent stake in Vodafone Egypt to Saudi Telecom Company (STC). The news, however, drove the Egyptian company's shares to a
Vodafone has been served with a 250 million euro ($343.26 million) lawsuit for allegedly breaching its contracts and causing harm to a Greek retail partner, the Financial Times reported late on Sunday.
The FT, citing claims it had
Vodafone Qatar has signed a deal with NetComm Wireless to bolster machine-to-machine (M2M) communications in the country.
Under the deal, Vodafone’s fixed and mobile networks will be extended to include devices and machines
Vodafone Qatar, an affiliate of Vodafone Group, made a smaller second-quarter loss in line with analysts' estimates as its mobile subscriber base increased by about a quarter and customers spent more on phone services.
Landline monopoly Telecom Egypt is confident the government will grant it a licence to provide mobile services by the end of the year, its chief executive said on Wednesday.
"We see a reason to be confident that such a licenc