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Global multinationals are demanding more from telcos

The big six are rated hardly any better than the many upstart regional service providers.

MNCs expect better services when it comes to network performance and customer support

Phone faults drive to switch operator

The survey found that 68% of consumer respondents had experienced an issue or malfunction with their mobile device in the past 12 months.

Poor service of faulty devices by operators causing customers to change networks

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Majority of Arabs support Govt use of social media

More than 55% of the respondents strongly support governments’ use of social media

More than 60% of all companies adopted cloud

Oracle-sponsored IDC study analyses Software as a Service (SaaS) adoption

More than 68% in Jordan is aware of LTE services

37% of the respondents are not willing to pay additional fees for LTE in Jordan

Global IPX revenues to reach $991m by end of 2015

Isabelle Paradis, president at Hot Telecom, said: “IPX can both help operators partner and compete with OTTs and new entrants.”

Hot Telecoms and Bahrain TRA have released a study on IPX

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