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Inmarsat's free satellite tracking service has been introduced in response to the loss of a Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777.

Inmarsat to offer free aircraft satellite tracking

Free service to track passenger airplanes through Inmarsat's global satellite network

Zain Kuwait launches new roaming package

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Customers can enjoy 60 minutes of international talk time for KD 4 ($13.55) per month

Batelco offers new fixed line packages

Operator to offer unlimited voice minutes to local networks

du announces new social media package

AlHassawi:

Users get free social media with every recharge

Local films from twofour54 available from Etisalat

The agreement will allow film makers to showcase their projects to broader audiences, says Al Mheiri.

Etisalat video on demand service to carry local content from twofour54 creative lab

Oman: Bright future for telecoms

Oman has a highly developed mobile market.

Telecoms sector offers a healthy competitive environment in with MVNOs

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