CommsMEA goes mobile

Apple and Android app available free for a limited time only
The app allows the user to download the full digital edition of CommsMEA to their smartphone or tablet.
The app allows the user to download the full digital edition of CommsMEA to their smartphone or tablet.

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CommsMEA, the region’s leading monthly telecoms magazine, now has a dedicated app for Apple and Android mobile devices. The app, which allows readers to access the digital edition of the magazine on their smartphones or tablets, is available for free for a limited period.

The app also includes a comprehensive search function and gives readers access to an archive of past issues.

The app can be downloaded here for Android, Apple and Amazon devices.

In addition, readers can also keep up to date with the latest telecoms news and features from CommsMEA.com on Facebook, Twitter and Google +.

CommsMEA is the leading information resource for operators, executives, vendors and decision makers involved in the Middle East and Africa’s telecommunications industry.

Featuring a compelling mix of interviews with top telecoms executives, research, analysis and case studies, CommsMEA provides a comprehensive insight into the latest developments and trends in the MEA region’s booming, fast-paced telecoms sector.

 

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