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25th meeting of GCC Ministerial Committee focuses on integration
Business 25th meeting of GCC Ministerial Committee focuses on integration

TRA UAE initiates suggests project to unify telecommunications devices in GCC

OTT providers will soon have to be more accountable to end users
Opinion OTT providers will soon have to be more accountable to end users

However regulators should be mindful of OTT providers’ ability to innovate.

Networks need to match pace with the millennials
Research Networks need to match pace with the millennials

Millennials would rather give up personal transportation before connectivity

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Operators who are able to make BDA work for them will be at a significant advantage over their competitors in a market environment characterised by diminished variations between operators and the services they offer.
CommsMEA staff writer Telcos need a culture shift to tap BDA

Big data analytics require major organizational restructuring.

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