BATELCO Becomes a SAMENA Member 2010/05/12

FOR RELEASE ON
12th May 2010
Contact: Rola Osseiran - Marketing & Communication Manager
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E-mail: rola@samenacouncil.org 
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BATELCO Becomes a SAMENA Member

DUBAI, UAE - 12th May 2010 - Bocar A. BA, President of SAMENA Telecommunications Council welcomes BATELCO into its rapidly expanding membership base.

Bocar added: "I would like to thank BATELCO for their joining and support. We very much appreciated their energy and constant drive to participate and make SAMENA a better Council spanning up to Bahrain borders. A world class company like BATELCO and its Management will definetely be a catalyst for an efforts to make this, the best congregation of Telecom Professionals in the World, not just our region".

Batelco Group, listed on the Bahrain Stock Exchange, is the leading integrated communications' provider in the Kingdom of Bahrain and a company of reference among the region's key telecommunications players for innovation and customer experience.
Batelco serves both the corporate and consumer markets in the most liberalised and competitive environment in the Middle East Africa region. It delivers cutting-edge fixed and wireless telecommunications services to its customers in Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Yemen, Egypt and India. 
The Batelco Group of companies offers end-to-end telecommunications solutions for its residential, business and government customers in Bahrain on Next Generation, all IP fixed and 3.5G wireless networks, MPLS based regional data solutions and, GSM mobile and WiMax broadband services across the countries in which it operates.

For more information, please visit: www.BatelcoGroup.com

About SAMENA

SAMENA Telecommunications Council is a tri-regional, non-profit telecommunications association that embodies a community of South Asian, Middle Eastern, and North African telecoms operators, manufacturers, regulatory authorities, and academia. SAMENA aims to be the ultimate promoter of collaboration and knowledge-sharing in the SAMENA region that spans 25 countries.

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