Saudi Telecom keen to make domestic partnership for wireless services
2012-03-07 - | Saudi Arabia | Latest News - Saudi Arabia: Saudi Telecom Co (STC) has said it is keen to take on a partner willing to offer services over its wireless network, Reuters has reported. The local regulator, The Saudi Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC), has already indicated that it is willing to issue three licences in 2012 to mobile virtual network operators (MVNO), which lease excess network capacity from telecoms operators in order to provide their own branded, customised mobile services. When asked whether Saudi Telecom would like to have an MVNO partner, Saad al-Qahtani, group chief executive for strategic operations, told reporters on the sidelines of a conference in Doha: "We would love to have (one)."  

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