Bahrain’s telecom watchdog is investigating 10 cases of travel bans imposed on expatriates with outstanding phone bills, who allegedly never registered for mobile services.
Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) offic
Zain Bahrain has, in partnership with Microsoft, launched Zain Pay, a direct mobile operator billing facility for the Windows Phone Store.
The first-of-its-kind initiative in Bahrain will now enable Zain customers to charge their
Globally, an estimated 2.5 billion people don't have a bank account, but many own a cellphone, fuelling a race to turn these phones into bank books for the 'unbanked' to store cash, manage their accounts, make purchases and send and
Microsoft Devices Group has unveiled the new Nokia 215, its most affordable internet-ready phone.
The phone has been designed to connect and introduce first-time mobile phone buyers to the Internet and new digital experiences, sai
Leading SIP phone provider Yealink has won the 2014 Best VoIP Vendor title having demonstrated a definite leadership role in the period 12 months among an open field of other vendors, distributors, resellers, system integrators and power retaile
Samsung holds 83 per cent value market share in the UAE of large screen phones in the third quarter of the year, according to new figures.
It also achieved solid growth in smartphone sales with 46.25 per cent year-on-year increase
Bahrainis and expats will soon be able to register complaints, suggestions and enquiries about government services direct from their mobile phones.
Plans are underway to develop a mobile application for the national complaints and
Huawei Technologies has unveiled a slate of new devices meant to showcase the Chinese company's hardware technology, just days before Apple Inc releases its highly-anticipated iPhone 6 on September 9.
Huawei, which began as a
Dubai’s phones and personal computers (PC) market share was 17 per cent of the total trade value of the emirate’s foreign trade in the first half of the year.
According to figures released by Dubai Customs, it showed t
Twenty-eight per cent of motorists in Bahrain admitted to texting and using their phone while driving, according to a new study.
The research was conducted by civil engineering students Ali Khalaf, Fadhel Abbas, Abdulla Al Musalli