Axiom, NQ Mobile offer smartphone security
Dubai, April 11, 2013
Axiom Telecom, a top retailer of mobile devices, and NQ Mobile, a leading global provider of mobile Internet services, have teamed up to offer device protection via the preloaded NQ Mobile Security.
Available in 150 countries worldwide, NQ Mobile's premium privacy and security features include anti-theft/anti-loss protection, which allows users to locate, lock and delete information from their lost or stolen phones.
"Axiom Telecom is committed to ensuring our loyal customers get the most out of their mobile experience, and this includes best-in-class protection," said Faisal Al Bannai, chief executive officer, Axiom Telecom.
"Our exclusive partnership with NQ Mobile is a key part of an ongoing commitment to offering unmatchable value-added support, and I have no doubt that it will prove a tremendous success."
NQ Mobile Security has been proven by independent security lab tests, like West Coast Labs Comparative Test, to outperform all competitive mobile security platforms. NQ Mobile Security was also a top performer in research conducted by AV-TEST Institute, a leading international and independent service provider in the fields of IT security and anti-virus research.
"NQ Mobile is proud to make NQ Mobile Security available to a premier distributor like Axiom Telecom," said Gavin Kim, chief commercial officer, NQ Mobile.
"Mobile users in the Middle East should be able to trust their experience while using their devices whether it is for private conversations, texting, accessing the Internet or financial transactions. With more than 3,700 points of sale, Axiom is one of the best ways to reach these consumers." – TradeArabia News Service
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