Etisalat to roll out 4G service

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At the recent Abu Dhabi Telecoms CEO Summit, the CEO of Etisalat, Nasser bin Obood announced a planned upgrade to 4G, along with other improvements.  Expenditures between Dh2 billion and Dh3 billion are expected in the areas of mobile networks, data cabling and IT systems to facilitate demand for video-capable technology by smartphone users. Analyses shows that Etisalat could see total capital expenditures to reach Dh20 billlion.

Du, Etisalat’s only competitor in the tightly regulated Emirati market, says it hopes to roll out 4G service soon as well, but have no specific launch date.  Both companies may soon experience more competition, as regulators are discussing allowing more telecommunications companies to form in the Emirates.  This would be good news for mobile phone consumers.

 

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At the recent Abu Dhabi Telecoms CEO Summit, the CEO of Etisalat, Nasser bin Obood announced a planned upgrade to 4G, along with other improvements.  Expenditures between Dh2 billion and Dh3 billion are expected in the areas of mobile networks, data cabling and IT systems to facilitate demand for video-capable technology by smartphone users. Analyses shows that Etisalat could see total capital expenditures to reach Dh20 billlion.

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At the recent Abu Dhabi Telecoms CEO Summit, the CEO of Etisalat, Nasser bin Obood announced a planned upgrade to 4G, along with other improvements.  Expenditures between Dh2 billion and Dh3 billion are expected in the areas of mobile networks, data cabling and IT systems to facilitate demand for video-capable technology by smartphone users. Analyses shows that Etisalat could see total capital expenditures to reach Dh20 billlion.

Du, Etisalat’s only competitor in the tightly regulated Emirati market, says it hopes to roll out 4G service soon as well, but have no specific launch date.  Both companies may soon experience more competition, as regulators are discussing allowing more telecommunications companies to form in the Emirates.  This would be good news for mobile phone consumers.

 

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