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Middle East and African operators to collaborate on infrastructure sharing

Middle East and African operator groups have agreed to cooperate on network infrastructure sharing initiatives

Mobile operator groups serving the Middle East and Africa have agreed to cooperate on network infrastructure sharing initiatives in an effort to provide mobile broadband access to unserved rural communities in the region. The operators also intend to drive down the cost of mobile services for consumers across the regions.

Tunisiana partners with Google to improve customer engagement

Tunisian telco Tunisiana announced Wednesday that it is partnering with search giant Google to bolster its digital services strategy and increase customer engagement by offering more cloud services to mobile users.

Ooredoo tops one million mobile money subscribers

Qatari group Ooredoo says it now has one million mobile money subscribers

Qatari operator group Ooredoo now has one million mobile money customers across its global footprint. The group, which has a presence in Qatar, Indonesia and Tunisia added that mobile money services have contributed to economic and social development in the markets it operates in.

Ooredoo inks Disney deal for MENA

Ooredoo has inked a content deal with Walt Disney Entertainment

Qatari operator group Ooredoo has signed a deal with Walt Disney Middle East and North Africa to bring the latter’s content to Ooredoo customers on smart devices.

Iraq’s Asiacell appoints CEO

Amer Al Sunna, CEO at Asiacell Iraq

Iraqi operator Asiacell, a subsidiary of Qatari operator group Ooredoo, has appointed Amer Al Sunna as its CEO.

Myanmar awards Telenor and Ooredoo mobile licences

Myanmar's government has selected Ooredoo and Telenor as winners of its telecoms licences

Myanmar’s government has selected Norwegian operator group Telenor and Qatar’s Ooredoo (formerly Qtel) as the two successful applicants for its nationwide telecommunications licences.

Tunisiana using Facebook to drive mobile data uptake

Tunisiana believes it has found a way to entice users in emerging markets into increasing their reliance on mobile data services

The Tunisian subsidiary of Qatari operator group Ooredoo, Tunisiana, believes it has found a way to entice users in emerging markets into increasing their reliance on mobile data services. The operator said it saw the popularity of social networking site Facebook on fixed line networks in the country, and devised a tariff to cater to mobile users.

Ooredoo: Developing the cloud model

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Mansoor Basha, Director – Cloud, M2M Delivery, New Businesses, at Ooredoo, talks to telecoms.com at Telco Cloud World Forum about the differences between cloud adoption in emerging markets versus developed countries.

Ooredoo switches on LTE in Qatar

Ooredoo has announced the launch of its LTE network

Qatari consumers can now begin enjoying 4G services, as the country’s incumbent operator Ooredoo announced the launch of its LTE network. Ooredoo’s 4G service will initially be available via mifi and dongle devices, and the operator is currently working on making 4G available on smartphones in Qatar.

Ooredoo announces Q4 rise in profit

Dr Nasser Marafih, CEO of Qatar-based Qtel

Qatar based Ooredoo, the operator formerly known as QTel, has announced its fourth quarter revenues rose by 6.2 per cent to reach QAR8.71bn ($2.4bn). Net profit also increased by 14.6 per cent to QAR523m.

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