Annual meeting of EDCH brings together international roaming experts

Executives discuss latest trends in the roaming business and ways to manage revenue streams
Attendees at the 15th annual user group meeting
Attendees at the 15th annual user group meeting

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Emirates Data Clearing House (EDCH) recently held its 15th Annual User Group meeting gathering 82 operators from Europe, Africa, Asia and the MENA region. 

The annual meeting held in Dubai is a platform to engage with global C-level executives to discuss the latest trends in the roaming business, managing revenue streams, discuss case studies from industry leaders in mobile financial services, the growing significance of mobile wallet and enhancing revenues with management tools.

Naser Salem, GM, EDCH said: "We look forward to the Annual User Group meeting every year as it’s an opportunity to meet our industry colleagues and interact with the best in the roaming industry. This is also a platform to highlight EDCH’s position as a top tier data clearing house and our ability to host our clients and partners from across global markets in UAE. Such events gives us an insight into industry requirements to launch the latest roaming solutions, provide quality services and develop new revenue streams for our customers."

The attendees at the meeting were mainly from Airtel Africa, Alfa, du, Expresso Group, Etisalat UAE, Afghanistan and Egypt, Gamcel Gambia, Jazz Pakistan, Mobily, MTN Group, Omantel, Ooredoo Oman, Roshan Afghanistan, Safaricom, Somtel, Telecom Egypt, Telecom26, Orange Telkom Kenya, Thuraya, Viva Bahrain, Zain Group from Kuwait, Lebanon, South Sudan, Sudan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Jordan.

EDCH is part of Etisalat Services Holding (a group company of Etisalat) and is the only data-clearing house based in the Middle East and Africa providing roaming solutions to mobile operators. 

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