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Fixed line future

Fixed line future

CommsMEA asks the experts how operators can revive and reinvent fixed line services

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Network speed vital for consumers in Saudi Arabia

Network speed vital for consumers in Saudi Arabia

More users on faster networks are accessing richer content

Enhancing LTE

Enhancing LTE

Philip Sorrells, on how to avoid noise in LTE and how to monetise the investment

Analytical marketing essential

Analytical marketing essential

Operators need to leverage big data analytics to tap customers and stay competitive

Unleashing a new era of connectivity

Unleashing a new era of connectivity

The two operators compete with Israeli networks that already offer 3G services

Targeting customers with technology

Targeting customers with technology

Anders Lindblad talks about the move to put customer experience to the fore

Profiting from LTE

Profiting from LTE

LTE has made heavy CAPEX demands on operators

A new Nokia

A new Nokia

The telecoms giant, now focused on networks, without a devices business

1.9 billion mobile subscriptions by 2019

1.9 billion mobile subscriptions by 2019

Smartphones to account 50% of all subscriptions in the ME by 2019, Ericsson reports

Enhancing wireless

Enhancing wireless

Eldynero Santos, general manager of Comba Telecom Middle East, talks with CommsMEA

Network Intel

Network Intel

Operators need better intelligence about who is using their networks

Customer is key

Customer is key

Kuwaiti operators look to advanced services to meet the demands of their subscribers

Fixing finance

Fixing finance

Operators are facing an increasingly tough financial situation

Unleashing a new era of connectivity

Unleashing a new era of connectivity

Analysts believe that Qatar may become a regional hub for digital innovation

Building bridges

Building bridges

Zajil telecom looks to leverage infrastructure investment for regional growth

Future of mobile

Future of mobile

Mobile broadband continued to define the future at Mobile World Congress 2014


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