Doha April 30 : Ooredo (Qatar telecom) are most likely to become the sponsors of Liverpool. The multi-million pound deal could lead to a change in the...

Doha April 25 : Vivendi has received two binding offers from Gulf companies for a 53 percent stake in Maroc Telecom, the first tangible sign of progress...

Doha April 23 : The record price for a piece  work by a living Arab artist was fetched on Monday at Sotheby’s auction in Doha. “Icons of the Nile”...

DUBAI April 19 – Qatar’s Ooredoo , formerly Qatar Telecom , has secured a loan of up to $12 billion from a group of 10 banks to support its...

Doha,April,16:Qatar operator Ooredoo has launched a free app for Apple mobile devices that enables customers to manage their subscriptions and accounts. The new Ooredoo app, available through the iTunes Store, enables customers to view their usage and pay their Ooredoo bills, top up their Hala credit, manage their Shahry accounts, and redeem their Nojoom Points. Customers...

Doha,April,11:In what is said to be a “major technology development” for the mobile industry, Ooredoo has collaborated with CommScope to develop a new approach for building wireless networks, which will improve installation quality and on-going network performance and reduce deployment times. The two companies have developed what is said to be the “world’s first...

Doha,April,05:Ooredoo has presented Qatar Red Crescent with proceeds from the company’s first ever marathon. More than 1,200 people participated in...

Doha,March,29:Fitch Ratings has affirmed Ooredoo ‘s ( Qatar Telecom Q.S.C) Long-term foreign currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at ‘A+’...

Doha March 28: Ooredoo has launched two new daily Mobile Internet Packs for Hala customers, the company announced yesterday. The two new Mobile Internet Packs are 10MB for QR1 per day and 50MB for QR4 per day. Hala customers can subscribe to the packs by sending an SMS to 121 reading “MIP 1” for 10MB or “MIP 4” for 50MB. Once a customer subscribes to the service,...

Doha March 17 : Qatar Telecom, now known as Ooredoo, is talking to banks about a syndicated loan to back a bid for Vivendi’s Maroc Telecom stake as bidders face the prospect of having to finance a bid for the whole company, bankers have said. Morocco’s government wants to keep a 30 percent stake in Maroc Telecom, but a bid for Vivendi’s 53 percent stake...