Comms MEA now available as Amazon app

Region's leading telecoms magazine available on range of mobile platforms
Comms MEA is available for iOS, Amazon and Android devices.
Comms MEA is available for iOS, Amazon and Android devices.

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Comms MEA, the leading publication for telecommunications professionals and decision makers working in the telecoms sector in the Middle East and Africa, is now available across a range of digital platforms.

The magazine, which is already available on Google Android and iOS app versions, is also now available for Amazon Kindle.

The free-to-download apps feature the latest digital issues of the magazine, so that readers can read the apps at their leisure on the device of their choice. By downloading the app, readers can be the first to see the magazine each month.

The apps also include archives of the magazine and special supplements dating back to 2010, and search functionality to find keywords in the text.

To download the app for your Apple device, download it from the iTunes store here.

To download the app for your Android device, download it from the Google Play store here.

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