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Corporate Announcements

20% cash dividend distributed for the year 2007. - 25/05/2008
25% bonus shares (25 shares per 100 shares) distributed for the year 2007. - 25/05/2008
Net profit announced for the 1st Qtr of the year 2008, USD 56.5 million, an increase of 8.3%. - 01/05/2008
Change in the company name approved from Sudan Telecommunications Co. Ltd to Sudatel Telecommunications Group Ltd. - 24/04/2008
Net profit announced for the Year 2007, USD 242.6 million, a decrease of 70%. - 20/02/2008

Telecommunication Services - News

Ooredoo takes lead in cloud and data services
(The Peninsula - 23/03/2017)

Ooredoo is emerging as a leader in cloud and data centre services offering a range of cloud based security, storage, hosting and managed services. The Group added 22 million new customers to reach a total of 138 million customers by the end of year 2016, ...

Omantel, OTF ink MoU to develop digital ecosystem
(Oman Daily Observer - 23/03/2017)

Omantel has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Oman Technology Fund (OTF) to explore potential areas of partnership in developing new technology for entrepreneurs in the Sultanate. The MoU was signed by Talal bin Said al Maamari, CEO of ...

Etisalat unit achieves ISO 20000 certification
(Trade Arabia - 21/03/2017)

Etisalat has announced that its ‘Managed Services’ business was successfully accredited with the prestigious ISO 20000 certification, an acknowledgement to its outstanding commitment to IT service quality, standards and global best practices in service ...

Vodafone, Idea sign $23 billion merger deal
(The Gulf Today - 21/03/2017)

Britain’s Vodafone Group and Idea Cellular agreed on Monday to merge their Indian operations in a $23 billion deal, creating the country’s biggest telecoms business after the entry of a new rival sparked a brutal price war. The combined entity would have ...

Du apologises for 6-hour network disruption
(Gulfnews - 20/03/2017)

A country-wide network failure that affected hundreds of mobile phone users of Dubai-based telecom operator du on Sunday took 10 minutes shy of six hours to resolve. A spokesperson for the company told Gulf News that the cause of the major outage in the ...

Omantel supports Oman’s digital reality through education
(Oman Daily Observer - 19/03/2017)

As part of its digital inclusion strategy in the Sultanate, Omantel has developed a unique programme for the education sector that allows access to e-education at school and on the go, enabling a truly digital lifestyle. Omantel has remained Oman’s ...

Saudi Post agrees to sell Mobily products
(Saudi Gazette - 19/03/2017)

Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) signed a collaboration agreement with Saudi Post whereby Mobily products and services like voice and data SIM cards, recharge vouchers, and E-vouchers will be provided and sold in all Saudi Post offices and branches around the ...

Etisalat wants Nigerian debt revamp deal before sells stake
(Gulf Times - 15/03/2017)

Abu Dhabi telecoms group Etisalat may sell its stake in Etisalat Nigeria, which has defaulted on a $1.2bn loan, but wants the company’s debt restructured before it does so, two sources told Reuters on Monday. Nigeria’s central bank and telecoms regulator ...

Ooredoo signs MoU with Al Raffd Fund
(Oman Daily Observer - 14/03/2017)

Reflecting its longstanding commitment to Oman’s burgeoning entrepreneurial community, Ooredoo has signed MoU to provide support for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) registered with Al Raffd Fund. The MoU was signed by Ian Dench, CEO at Ooredoo, and ...

Du plans to cancel 0.84 per cent of the share capital
(The Gulf Today - 13/03/2017)

Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company PJSC (du) said on Sunday it plans to cancel 0.84 per cent of the previously allocated to its long term incentive plan. The proposed transaction will involve nominally cancelling 38.52 million shares held by ...

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