Vodafone Qatar becomes SAMENA member

Operator to promote digitization in the region
Kyle Whitehill, CEO of Vodafone Qatar.
Kyle Whitehill, CEO of Vodafone Qatar.

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SAMENA Telecommunications Council has announced Vodafone Qatar membership.

Bocar BA, CEO of SAMENA Council, said: “As a key player in one of SAMENA region’s most active markets, where the SAMENA Council routinely seeks opportunities to contribute and participates in industry consultations, Vodafone Qatar can benefit significantly by becoming an important part of the Council’s major operator membership base. Together, SAMENA Council and Vodafone Qatar can hope to make tangible contributions in voicing key perspectives on industry developments and needs, and particularly so for Qatar’s telecoms market. We are pleased to see Vodafone Qatar among us and we look forward to working with Mr. Kyle Whitehill and his team closely.”

Kyle Whitehill, CEO of Vodafone Qatar, said: “We are proud to be part of such a distinguished community of industry peers. SAMENA Council’s expansive geographic reach and multi-stakeholder framework makes it a platform that is truly representative of the region’s telecom industry, ensuring that a range of perspectives are reflected in its policies and decisions. For Vodafone, this presents an opportunity to work closely with other stakeholders across the ICT ecosystem to create new business synergies and collaborate on addressing issues of mutual concern.”

Vodafone Qatar aims to promote digitization in the region, encourage investment in broadband infrastructure, approach regulatory and industry governance matters from transparent and consensus-driven perspectives, and enable close communication among all the stakeholders. 

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