Mobily partners with PCCW Global
Riyadh, May 18, 2013
Mobily, the second largest telecoms company in Saudi Arabia, said its subsidiary Bayanat Al Oula has signed a co-operation agreement with PCCW Global to enhance its business opportunities.
PCCW Global is a leading international service provider that offers high quality connectivity on a robust and reliable IP backbone. The company is known for its coverage in 1,800 cities in 120 countries, including over 50 major cities in the Mena region.
The memorandum, which was signed during the International Telecoms Week (ITW) in Chicago, highlights the collaboration in defining & developing mutual areas of cooperation, enhancing & supporting data and voice services, in addition to partnering in wholesale mega and special projects.
Commenting on the deal, CEO, Khaldi Al Kaf said, “Our reliable and most advanced infrastructures in the region make us a strategic partner to global companies. We are delighted to have a partnership with PCCW Global, as we are committed to providing services that meet our customers’ needs.”
According to him, Mobily aims to enhance its service quality through co-operation with one of the big names that offers a variety of hi-tech complimentary services to the telecommunications industry including data and voice transit, which will be reflected positively to Mobily’s subscribers.
Mobily, he stated, is adopting innovation concept as a main pillar to support its leadership role through strategic agreements with global companies.
"Moreover, it has extensive partnerships with a number of international companies to enrich the telecom sector in the Kingdom. The company is also devoted to strengthen its reliable infrastructure to raise the capacity and efficiency of its networks," added Al Kaf.-TradeArabia News Service
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