CommsMEA launches on Facebook and Twitter

Keep up to date with the latest telecoms news on Facebook and Twitter
Users can now follow CommsMEA on Facebook and Twitter.
Users can now follow CommsMEA on Facebook and Twitter.

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CommsMEA is now on Facebook and Twitter, allowing you to keep up to date with the latest telecoms news, features and opinions from the Middle East and Africa.

The CommsMEA Facebook page, which can be found here, offers the latest telecoms news for the MEA region, covering telecoms business, technology and trends.

For readers active on Twitter, CommsMEA can be followed here. Followers will receive links to all of the latest news, features, opinion and research that appears on CommsMEA.com.

CommsMEA has been the region’s leading telecom magazine since its launch in 1992. The magazine, which is read by more than 10,000 telecommunication professionals each month, covers the telecoms sector throughout the Middle East and Africa. CommsMEA.com was launched in 2011.

If you'd like to subscribe to the magazine and newsletter, please click here.

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