Bahrain TRA holds second industry working session to achieve single network

TRA and MNOs committed to collaborative committment to meet government's vision
Bahrain TRA is committed to developing single network.
Bahrain TRA is committed to developing single network.

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The Bahrani Telecommunications Regulatory Authority’s (TRA) held its second industry working session with mobile network operators (“MNOs”) to discuss key milestones achieved in the development of the new economic regulatory framework and the functional separation project.

“The Authority is committed to its culture of transparency and will continue to engage industry stakeholders with the expectation of full collaborative commitment of all parties to meet the Government’s vision as outlined in the Fourth National Telecommunications Plan,” said TRA's Acting General Director, Sheikh Nasser bin Mohamed Al Khalifa.

The constructive engagement of MNOs in this session has set out clear expectations about the delivery of the National Broadband Network (“NBN”), which is supported through a single fixed fibre network.

The Authority’s initiative to hold regular working sessions with MNOs aims to ensure that the process of delivering this critical national project is transparent and safeguards the interests of all industry stakeholders.

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