Ooredoo Group has posted a half yearly net profit of QR1.3bn, up 43% on the same period last year.
Ooredoo Group has announced that its managing director and Group CEO, Aziz Aluthman Fakhroo, was named again in Forbes Middle East ‘Top 100 CEOs in the Middle East 2022’.
Ooredoo Group has announced a joint agreement with international communications company BICS to create an innovative voice business model that will deliver new solutions in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and fraud protection, among others
Ooredoo Group announced the institutionalisation of a flexible working initiative it has been pioneering since last year.
Ooredoo Group will drive forward enhancement of its customer experience thanks to new partnerships and agreements with industry heavyweights cemented at Mobile World Congress 2022.
Ooredoo Group and Huawei have signed a five-year global frame agreement that will see Huawei supply its radio, core, and transport products and solutions to the group.
Ooredoo Group reported a QR22.1bn revenue in the first nine months of 2021, a 3% jump over the same period last year, mainly driven by growth in Qatar, Indonesia, and Tunisia. Excluding foreign exchange (FX) impact, revenue increased by 6%.
Ooredoo Group announced it has now climbed to number 40 in the top 50 global telecommunications brands, up one place from 41 in 2020, as confirmed by the Brand Finance Telecoms 150 2021 report.
Ooredoo Group and Ericsson have signed a global frame agreement for the supply of 5G radio, core, and transport products and solutions, as well as related implementation and integration ...
Driven by a “favourable” foreign exchange environment, Ooredoo Group’s nine-month net profit jumped 16% year-on-year to QR1.5bn, the global telecom company said last night.
In a pilot initiative aiming to adopt and support a more agile digital culture, Ooredoo Group has extended its work-from-home procedures, allowing employees whose work doesn't require being physically in the office..
Ooredoo Group announced yesterday that it has maintained its world ranking in the Telecoms 300 2020 report, as one of the top 50 global telecommunications brands for fourth year in a row, with a brand value worth over $3.5bn.