Nawras wins second fixed line licence in Oman

Thursday 20 November 2008 | 09:29 CET | News
Omani telecommunications regulator has confirmed that mobile operator Nawras has won a licence to set up Oman's second fixed-line network. The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) said the licence had been awarded to Nawras Consortium, which is 70 percent owned by Qatar Telecom (Qtel), on a condition that it will honour all the obligations specified in the information memorandum which comprises the tender terms and conditions relating to the bidding process. Oman had shortlisted six bidders for the licence. While earlier it named a consortium led by Hong Kong operator PCCW as the top

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Nawras
Countries: Oman
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