Batelco Now Shares Digital Transformation Experiences at Forum

Batelco Now Shares Digital Transformation Experiences at Forum

The company is implementing a digitisation strategy across its network of companies with a view to ensure that its customers have access to the latest communications solutions

Du Now Introduced Apple Mobile Payment Service

Du Now Introduced Apple Mobile Payment Service

A unique device account number is assigned, encrypted and securely stored in the secure element on one’s device. However that each transaction is authorized with one time unique

KBR wins new PMC deal for Sour Gas Project in Abu Dhabi

KBR wins new PMC deal for Sour Gas Project in Abu Dhabi

The Hail and Ghasha Project, one of the largest sour gas fields projects that Adnoc is developing, is forecast to produce about 1 billion cu ft of sour gas per day.

UAE du launches youth council on International Youth Day

UAE du launches youth council on International Youth Day

It is a platform that will enable young people to unlock their career potential. It is aligned with the vision of the UAE wise leadership to empower.

UAE climbs 3rd Ranking in global change Index

UAE climbs 3rd Ranking in global change Index

UAE leads the Middle East and North Africa region in global change of read line index. UAE now in the list of top countries which are prepared for change.

UAE Mobile Subscribers Rise 3.72% in Third Quarter

Number of mobile subscriber in UAE reached 16.98 million; this increase in subscribers is due to prepaid customers. Subscribers grew 3.72 % in third quarter of 2015 while during the same period in 2014 there were 16.37 million subscribers.

Etisalat’s subscribers reached 9.7 million in the third quarter of 2015 and they grew 9.35 % while during the same period in 2014 there were 8.87 million subscribers. So the average mobile revenue in 2015 stood at Dh117 while there was Dh119 in 2014 during the same period.

Similarly

Du’s subscribers decreased 3.06 % to 7.28 million compared to 7.51 million during the same period in 2014.The average revenue for Du’s users stood at Dh96.4 while there was Dh96.1 in 2014 during the same period.

Both the telecom operators lost many subscribers due to “My Number My Identity” (MNMI) campaign.

Said Sony John, Program Manager for Telecoms and Media at research firm international Data Corporation.

We believe the telecom industry will continue to grow in the coming years driven by increased demand for data services and traction for enterprise solutions.

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