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Nov

2003

Jordan’s regulator, the TRC, plans to issue pre-qualification documents for potential bidders for Jordan’s third cellular license this month. Award of the license is slated for April 2004. Barring...
06

Nov

2003

The Arab Advisors Group conducted a full analysis of cellular rates relative to the wealth of the country. Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and UAE were revealed to have low cost cellular...
28

Oct

2003

Egypt’s fixed lines increased by one million between 2001 and 2002, which bucks a regional trend of GSM-inflicted stagnation in fixed lines growth. On the cellular front, Egypt’s cellular market will...
21

Oct

2003

The Arab World remains mostly tuned to free to air satellite TV channels broadcasting mainly from Egypt, UAE and Lebanon. Satellite PayTV is still a niche market with no more than 1.5% of Arab...
23

Sep

2003

Jordan's communications market is one of the region's most dynamic markets. Over the past few years Jordan’s communications market passed through massive changes in terms of privatization and...
22

Sep

2003

Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, and UAE lead the Arab countries on the total connectivity front. The fact that three of these countries are monopoly markets is, somewhat, inexplicable! September 22, 2003 -...
14

Sep

2003

The convergence of media, telecom and information technology pushes the hitherto disconnected players in the three sectors towards operating in an increasingly merged segment. This convergence...
24

Aug

2003

Millions of Arabs awaited in anticipation last week the results of the first Arab “Superstar” contest, the Arabic version of American Idol, which is managed by the Lebanon-based Future Satellite TV...
10

Jul

2003

The Arab Advisors Group would like to announce that the Founder and President of Arab Advisors Group, Mr. Jawad Jalal Abbassi, has made a management buyout of the shares of co-founder and minority...
07

Jul

2003

Tunisia’s datacomm sector, which is the most advanced in the Arab Maghreb region, is set for liberalization in 2004. Moreover, a VSAT tender is ongoing which will result in ending Tunisie Telecom’s...

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