02/27/2020 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 02/27/2020 08:07
Ooredoo's license to provide mobile and fixed telecoms services has been renewed through a Royal Decree following approval from Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA). Secured on favourable terms, the license, which sets the legal framework for Ooredoo's activities in the Sultanate, reinforces the company's position as a data experience leaders and adds impetus to its drive to pioneer Oman's evolving telecoms industry.
Ian Dench, CEO of Ooredoo said: 'We're delighted to have our mobile license renewed, which is the result of much work and negotiation that takes place behind the scenes. Our thanks go to the Ministry of Technology and Communications, the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, the Ministry of Legal Affairs and the Ministry of Finance for their support and input. We're looking forward to making sure our mobile customers can continue enjoy the internet.'
Meeting the country's communication needs since 2005, the award-winning company has forged its way into the heart of Omani society, contributing to the country's socio-economic development by supporting its digital transformation, and enriching the digital lives of its people and residents. Today ooredoo is positioned to pursue the next phase of its journey as it gears up for the advent of new technologies like 5G and caters to an increasingly digitally-savvy generation of consumers.