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MENA Youth – Digital Attitude And Aspirations

An Ooredoo survey of digital attitudes & aspirations of over 10,500 young MENA youth across 17 countries in the Middle East and North Africa. The research looks at the pivotal role that the evolution of digital technology and connectivity has in the lives of youth in this region. The results highlight...
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Qatar’s Ooredoo Takes On Demand Content To Mobile

Ooredoo have launched a new service, Mozaic GO, which enables customers to stream on-demand films and series from the Mozaic library, and enjoy them on iPads anywhere in Qatar. Plans are also in place to make the service available on iPhones and other Smart devices in the near future. There is a growing...
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Blackberry Apps Download Ratio Increased 5-6 Times In Qatar

Ooredoo’s innovative carrier billing service – which lets customers pay for BlackBerry apps via Ooredoo – has been a significant success since its launch earlier this year, according to the company. The number of applications downloaded from BlackBerry World App Store in Qatar has increased by...
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Ooredoo Withdraws Offer for Maroc Telecom

Ooredoo today announced that it has withdrawn its offer to acquire Vivendi’s 53% shareholding in Maroc Telecom Group. Ooredoo made an indicative offer in December 2012 and submitted a fully financed, binding offer on 22 April 2013 which met all the requirements of the process. Earlier, sources close...
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Ooredoo Launches Qatar’s First 4G Network

Ooredoo today announced the official launch of its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network, bringing the country’s fastest-ever Mobile Broadband experience to life. Ooredoo is launching the service on a phased basis, with 4G speeds initially available in Doha and the Sealine district, and plans are in...
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Qtel Qatar Adopts Ooredoo as New Brand

At a major event in Qatar last night, leading communications company Qtel (Qatar Telecom) rebranded as Ooredoo. More than 2,000 people attended the event, which was broadcast live on Qatar TV. Attendees included government ministers, ambassadors, media professionals and customers of the company, which...
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