Archive for the ‘Telecom’ Category


Screenshot As part of its ongoing efforts to provide users with relevant local content across platforms, Yahoo Maktoob has teamed up with Mobinil to provide users in Egypt with mobile services and the best Yahoo Maktoob digital content via subscription services. Yahoo Maktoob is committed to providing users with the latest digital content while on the go...
Screenshot There are 3 Telecom operators in Jordan Orange which offers fixed and mobile access Zain and Umniah offering mobile and Internet access compete mainly in the mobile access arena. So how these 3 telecoms doing on Twitter? An infographic submitted by @maisAbusalah reveals the answer. The data in the infographic is dated as of Aug 2013. Few hi...
Screenshot A new report from research company BuddeCoom says that the mobile markets of the Middle East are entering a new phase of development marked by slow growth, indicative of its mature market status. As with any mature market a number of trends have emerged that are likely to influence future market direction. Key among these is increased competiti...
Screenshot Orange Jordan, the sole integrated telecom operator in the Kingdom, recently announced signing a partnership agreement with the online bookstore Jamalon. This step comes as part of Orange Jordan’s ongoing aims to expand the bouquet of services it provides through its flagship Orange Money service, enabling its customers to make book purchase...
Screenshot Umniah has recently signed a strategic partnership agreement with “Istikana” the specialized website in reviving well known television series, movies, in addition to classical Arabic animated shows. This partnership provides Umniah’s 3G subscribers the way to access this Arabic website by visiting fun.umniah.com. The site is suitabl...
Screenshot Opera Software and Umniah, Jordan’s fastest growing telecom operator, are partnering to deliver to Umniah customers unlimited browsing and an enhanced mobile web experience, with the launch of a co-branded version of the Opera Mini mobile web browser.   Umniah’s two million customers can now download a special version of Opera Mini tailored ...
Screenshot Zain the leading regional Arab mobile operators announced today that it will start providing a number of streets in Amman with free Wi-Fi services. Zain has previously covered Wakalat street in Sawafiah area in Amman, it plans to add Rainbo street in first circle area, the southern gate street of Jordan university which is usually busy with st...
Screenshot In an innovative step to diversify its revenues sources, Etisalat Egypt launched its exclusive first 3G Android-powered smartphone. Etisalat Smartphone has a 3.5" touch screen and a highly sensitive 2 Mega Pixel camera. It comes loaded with many advanced applications necessary to users, such as Office and PDF, in addition to Wi-Fi and GPS serv...
Screenshot A new Arab Advisors Group’s survey of cellular users in the Lebanon reveals insightful details on the smartphones adoption and usage patterns. The survey also probed general cellular usage habits, smartphones awareness in addition to tablets availability among cellular users in Lebanon. Lebanon smartphone survey follows the four smartphone su...
Screenshot The number of mobile subscriptions in the Middle East (see note) will cross the 250-million mark during 2012, reaching 271.27 million at end-2012 and rising to 352 million at end-2016, according to forecasts by Informa Telecoms & Media. Additionally, the average mobile penetration rate for the Middle East will cross the 100% mark in 2012: It wil...
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