Paltel Group become SAMENA Council member

Operator to boost ICT technology in Palestine
Networks, Operators, Palestine, Paltel, Telecomms market, Wataniya

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SAMENA Telecommunications Council has announced that PALTEL Group has joined its membership.

Bocar Ba, CEO of SAMENA Council said: "PALTEL Group has been a significant contributor in Palestine and to the region and we are delighted to have them join us. We are aware of the challenges telecom operators like PALTEL Group must constantly encounter to be able to realize greater investment value and provide excellent service to their customers. In order to bolster its investment efforts in technology expansion and development across the ICT industry, we shall extend all possible support to PALTEL Group as our valued member."

Ammar Aker, CEO of PALTEL Group stated: “It is our privilege to be a part of the SAMENA Telecommunications Council. PALTEL Group has always been dedicated to enriching the local landscape of ICT and technology in Palestine and by joining this well-established council, we will be able to further share our experiences, learn from other telecom networks and grow our relationships across the SAMENA network. We look forward to working with the Council to carry out its mission and hope that both organisations will benefit from this strategic partnership.” 

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