Svenska Dagbladet said it was not clear whether the planned layoffs included employees within its media operations, which are up for strategic review and seen by analysts as likely to be sold by the group.
Etisalat today announced new upgraded premium plans for it’s Business Quick Start service. The new premium plans offer up to 33 percent …
ETIHAD Etisalat (Mobily) signed an agreement to develop its mobile network in different regions around the Kingdom with three international …
According to the agreement, ‘Creative 971’ will enhance and develop the e-commerce sector in the UAE through awareness programmes for start-ups, small and medium businesses.
The event supports TRA’s efforts to develop its IT infrastructure and place the UAE at the forefront of global smart services.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority has announced the completion the Federal Network (FEDNet) security systems upgrade in a step aimed at …
The survey found that almost half the respondents intend to use 5G to access videos and fixed wireless capabilities. More interestingly, though, the majority of respondents (57 percent) believe that their organisation’s main intention is to use 5G to drive Internet of Things (IoT) communication.
ABDIG is planning to invest up to $5 billion in subsea cable projects and will restructure FPT to become a top tier worldwide subsea cable company.
The growth reflects the vibrant and robust nature of the UAE’s telecommunications sector which is considered a significant mainstay of the economy.
The partnership will “help in providing high-speed fibre optic broadband services to the urban areas of the Kingdom, government offices and residential units.”
InspireU, an STC incubator, has announced a partnership agreement with Careem, the Dubai-based ride hailing service provider, in KSA.
STC group net income for the 2nd quarter of 2017 increased 7.9% compared to the comparable quarter last year, and …
Etisalat Group has announced revenues of AED 25.3 billion for H1 2017, with its UAE revenues reaching AED 15.4 billion, representing 3 percent increase year over year for the country.
Du, the UAE’s second largest telecoms operator, announced flat profit for the second quarter of the year, according to a report by The National.