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.
Driven by its ambitious digital transformation strategy, Ooredoo Group posted a net profit of QR1.7bn in 2019, up 10% on the previous year.
Ooredoo Group has posted a nine-month net profit of QR1.3bn, up 16% on the same period last year.
Ooredoo Group has again been listed in the ‘Telecoms 300 2019 report’ as one of the top 50 telecommunications brands in the world, with a brand value of some $3.779bn.
Ooredoo Group posted a net profit of QR420mn in the first quarter, the telecom major said Monday.
Ooredoo Group, taking part in the Mobile World Congress, is leading the charge of global communications companies expanding mobile broadband capacity and coverage by re-purposing network spectrum.
Ooredoo Group is racing ahead on the path to 5G, as the world’s first having 5G New Radio (NR) with commercial equipment suitable for business customers.
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Vodafone Qatar has been recognised as ‘Telecom Achiever of the Year’ at the Enterprise Agility Awards 2016 in recognition of the company’s “outstanding performance” over the past year.