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Telecoms firm celebrates new connection with Vodafone – The … – The Scotsman

A Kirkintilloch-based telecoms firm today revealed it has been chosen as a partner by Vodafone, in a move it hails as a “game-changer”. Exchange Communications, which supplies high-end telecoms equipment and services and also has sites in Aberdeen and Oxford, has been awarded the status of “advanced partner” by Vodafone UK. • READ MORE: Interview: Tom Sime, MD of Exchange ... Read More »

Massive job, revenue loss: Reps give telecoms giants ultimatum … – NIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)

The House of Representatives Committee on Communications investigating the Telecommunication providers on the massive loss of jobs, revenue and other sharp practices in the Telecoms industry on Wednesday gave five Chief Executive Officers, CEOs of the companies till next week Wednesday to appear before it on the allegations or face the wrath of the law. The affected service providers are ... Read More »

Emerging New Era For Telecom Consumers – Leadership Newspapers

By Nwobodo ChidiebereThe story cum revolution in the  Nigerian telecommunications sector has been a successful one, ever since the berthing of GSM in the nation’s economic shores. Nigeria’s economy blossomed: jobs, innovations and wealth created as a result of the positive impact of telecom industry on the overall health of the economy. But these successes cannot be said to come ... Read More »

NI telecoms firm to invest extra £1m in new technology … – Belfast Telegraph

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Belfast Telegraph NI telecoms firm to invest extra £1m in new technology …Belfast TelegraphNorthern Ireland's largest independent telecom provider, Rainbow, has announced plans to invest a further £1m in its multimillion pound expansion. It will be …Telecoms firm Rainbow invests £1m in expansion plan – The Irish …the Irish Newsall 4 news articles » Source link Read More »

Telecom exposure not a systemic threat for banks yet, says Fitch – Economic Times

KOLKATA: Indian banks’ exposure to troubled telecom companies is not large enough to pose a systemic threat, but defaults could add to problems at the lenders with weak balance sheets, ratings agency Fitch has said. The banking sector, it said, is already struggling with significant asset quality issues and is likely to require hefty capital injections from the government over ... Read More »

Telecoms firm celebrates new connection with Vodafone – The Scotsman

A Kirkintilloch-based telecoms firm today revealed it has been chosen as a partner by Vodafone, in a move it hails as a “game-changer”. Exchange Communications, which supplies high-end telecoms equipment and services and also has sites in Aberdeen and Oxford, has been awarded the status of “advanced partner” by Vodafone UK. • READ MORE: Interview: Tom Sime, MD of Exchange ... Read More »

Shrewsbury telecoms specialist lands £1m deal – shropshirestar.com

Shrewsbury-based Pure Telecom has been awarded the major deal from McNicholas, a large UK infrastructure services provider which is headquartered in Hertfordshire The deal is comfortably the biggest in the history of the Shrewsbury Business Park-based company, worth more than triple the next biggest in Pure’s history. It will also see the creation of two new jobs, taking the overall ... Read More »

Roshan Telecoms Suffers Enormous Loss In Truck Bombing – TOLOnews

The management at Roshan Telecommunications Company in Kabul said on Monday the company lost a staggering number of employees in Wednesday’s truck bombing. According to them, more than 30 members of staff and staff from their partner companies were killed in the explosion.  In addition over 50 were wounded. Sharif Sharifi, Roshan’s head of public relations, said some of Roshan’s ... Read More »

European telecoms firms pin hopes on Esports video game gladiators – The Star Online

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The Star Online European telecoms firms pin hopes on Esports video game gladiatorsThe Star OnlineWith championships watched by crowds of fans similar to traditional events like the NBA basketball finals or soccer World Cup, telecoms firms see Esports as a way to lure younger clients and brand themselves as digital companies rather than merely … Source ... Read More »