Etisalat Misr, a subsidiary of e&, entered the Egyptian market and commercially launched in May 2007, across Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. With a series of successes, this company was the first operator to present a 3.5G high-quality service, and also the first to introduce 4G services to its clients, without needing to replace their SIM cards to activate it. This is in addition to the continuous improvement of its network. This year marks the company’s 15th anniversary, “it is important to focus on the future by enhancing our adaptability to change, oftentimes very quickly, and tapping on our assets and resources to continue to grow,” said Khaled Hijazi, CBO, Etisalat Misr.

Read more: Etisalat Misr: 15 Years of Success

Ooredoo Group announced its financial results for the quarter ended 31 March 2022. Revenue for the quarter ended 31 March 2022 stood at QAR 5.5 billion, a decrease of 23% compared to the same period last year. Excluding Indosat Ooredoo, revenues increased by 4%.

Read more: Ooredoo Group delivers “healthy, strong results” in Q1 2022

Emirates Telecommunications Group Company PJSC “e&” (Etisalat Group) announced that it has acquired approximately 2,766 million shares in Vodafone Group Plc, representing 9.8% of Vodafone’s issued share capital (excluding treasury shares) for purchase cost of circa USD 4.4 billion. e& has made the investment in Vodafone to gain significant exposure to a world leader in connectivity and digital services.

Read more: e& Announces Major Investment In Vodafone Group

du has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the International Charitable Organization (ICO) in Ajman. The agreement was signed by His Excellency Dr. Khaled Abdel Wahab Al Khaja, secretary-general of the International Charitable Organization and Adel Al Rais, head of corporate communications & protocol, du.

Read more: du supports ICO’s charitable and humanitarian efforts in and outside UAE

Zain KSA has signed an MoU with the University of Tabuk during the International Conference and Exhibition for Education (ICEE) to support collaboration and channel deeper expertise to encourage education and empower youth in the field of information and communication technology (ICT). The MoU serves the national strategic goals of developing human capabilities to keep pace with the Kingdom’s digital transformation and unlocking more employment opportunities for the youth of Saudi.

Read more: Zain KSA and University of Tabuk to Empower Youth, Support Education, and Innovation

du and Huawei have signed an MoU to foster development, enhance skillsets, and accelerate efforts to drive talent progression in the UAE through three core development programs. As part of the longstanding partnership with Huawei, du will equip graduate trainees, technology professionals and senior level professionals with key competencies, knowledge, and technical skills required in the business world. Also as part of the agreement, a competitive leadership training will take place in the UK and Germany in partnership with prestigious business schools and Huawei.

Read more: Huawei and du prepare UAE workforce for rapid digitalization

Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company PJSC, EITC, also known as du, announced its financial results for the first quarter of 2022. Revenues grew by 8.5% to AED 3.1 billion on sustained demand for broadband and mobile services while net profit jumped 21% to AED 311 million.

Read more: EITC (du) to maintain Q1 2022’s positive commercial momentum

Zain KSA released its interim financial results for the first quarter of 2022. Showing significant gains in various elements, the operator reported a 98% increase in Q1 2022 net profit compared to the similar quarter of the previous year and has over 190% YoY surge in comprehensive income within the same period.

Read more: Zain KSA Q1 2022: 191% YoY growth in comprehensive income

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