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Vodafone Qatar chairman quits following 'difficult' year - Doha News

2016-05-17
Doha NewsVodafone Qatar chairman quits following 'difficult' yearDoha NewsYup. I remember those days well. Qtel, as it was then installed Internet to my upstairs neighbour and at the same time cut my line and it took them 3 months to fix and any request for a refund was met with delirious laughter. Do we want to return to ...and more »

Qatar designers' work on show during Mercedes fashion week - Doha News

2016-05-17
Doha NewsQatar designers' work on show during Mercedes fashion weekDoha NewsYup. I remember those days well. Qtel, as it was then installed Internet to my upstairs neighbour and at the same time cut my line and it took them 3 months to fix and any request for a refund was met with delirious laughter. Do we want to return to ...

Godalming amputee takes on 10k challenge - Get Surrey

2016-05-14
Get SurreyGodalming amputee takes on 10k challengeGet Surrey“I'm really looking forward to it because it's Godalming and we live here,” said Mr Arthey. “Its something for our town.” Mr Arthey, an engineer, has always been a keen sportsman and took up competition running in his forties. But his life changed on ...and more »

Ufone appoints Younas Iqbal Sheikh as CCO - Telecompaper (subscription)

2016-05-03
Ufone appoints Younas Iqbal Sheikh as CCOTelecompaper (subscription)He previously held various positions at Siemens, InstaPhone, Worldcall, Mobilink, and Wi-tribe (Qtel). Sheikh was chief commercial officer of Warid Telecom since October 2012. Prior to Warid Telecom, he was VP of sales and distribution at Ufone ...and more »

Qatar Telecom (Qtel) is changing its brand name - Al-Arabiya

2013-02-26
Al-ArabiyaQatar Telecom (Qtel) is changing its brand nameAl-ArabiyaQatar Telecom (Qtel) will change its brand name to Ooredoo, the company said in a statement, bringing in the change across it operations in the Middle East, Africa and Asia over the next two years. It said all operations in which it owns a controlling ...Qtel rebrands as 'Ooredoo'Mobile World Live (blog)Qtel rebrands as Ooredoo in major global initiativeGulf TimesQtel's rebranding: calling Dr DreFinancial Times (blog)The National -ArabianBusiness.comall 14 news articles »

Qtel boosts stake in Wataniya to 92% - Financial Times

2012-10-08
Qtel boosts stake in Wataniya to 92%Financial TimesWith Qatar's market almost saturated – each of the emirate's 1.8m residents already holds almost two mobile lines on average – Qtel desperately needs to expand elsewhere. The company is adding new markets to its operations in 16 countries spanning the ...Qtel raises Wataniya stake to 92.1%; Kuwaiti sovereign fund offloads entire interestTeleGeographyQatar Tel ups stake in Kuwait Wataniya in $1.8 billion dealReutersall 180 news articles »

Qtel moves to take ownership of Wataniya - Financial Times

2012-06-26
Qtel moves to take ownership of WataniyaFinancial TimesQatar's state telecommunications company Qtel has moved to take full ownership of Wataniya, a Kuwait-listed operator, with an offer to acquire the 47.5 per cent of the company it does not already own. Wataniya, which operates in countries including ...and more »

Qtel takes majority holding in Asiacell - Financial Times

2012-06-05
Qtel takes majority holding in AsiacellFinancial TimesQtel, Qatar's state telecommunications company, is set to become the majority shareholder in Asiacell, the Iraqi mobile operator that is preparing for its initial public offering in Baghdad. Qtel has reached an agreement to pay $1.47bn to increase its ...and more »

Qtel unites under a new global identity; increases control across its footprint - Mobile World Live (blog)

2013-03-14
Qtel unites under a new global identity; increases control across its footprintMobile World Live (blog)Qtel's transformation into 'Ooredoo' was a big story at Mobile World Congress this year, says Matt Ablott of Wireless Intelligence – but does it represent more than just a rebrand? Qtel chose a big stage to announce its transformation into 'Ooredoo'.and more »

Qtel consortium buys Orascom's Tunisian stake - Financial Times

2010-11-22
The NationalQtel consortium buys Orascom's Tunisian stakeFinancial TimesOrascom Telecom has agreed to sell its 50 per cent stake in Tunisiana, Tunisia's largest mobile phone operator, to a consortium including Qatar Telecom for $1.2bn, in a further sign of consolidation in the Arab telecoms market. QTel will make the ...Orascom sells Tunisian stake for $1.2 billionThe Nationalall 246 news articles »