Qtel, TDC and Omani partners win second mobile licence in Oman

August 2004
Middle East;Aug/Sep2004, Issue 348, p35
The Nawras Telecom Consortium formed by Qtel, TDC and Omani partners, has won the contract for the second mobile licence in Oman. Nawras Telecom plans to build approximately 160 base stations primarily in Muscat and Salalah, and intends to cover 80% of the population within 12 months, increasing to 95% by the end of 2006.


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