Commsmea online dating
Ooredoo Kuwait's operations began in December 1999 as Wataniya Telecom when it launched wireless services as the second operator in the country.In March 2007, Ooredoo acquired Kuwait's Wataniya Telecom for US.8 billion.In 2012, Qtel continued its roll-out of the nationwide Qtel Fibre network, offering packages with download speeds of up to 300 Mbit/s and HDTV ooredoo TV .Qtel also began the trial phase of its 4G LTE mobile broadband service.
In May 2016, the firm expanded this partnership with Nokia in a three-year deal to develop a nationwide mobile network in Qatar.
To handle new business operations, Asiacell also simultaneously established new executive offices in Baghdad, Basra, and other major cities in Iraq.
Ooredoo Maldives' operations began in February 2005 as Wataniya Maldives, after it was selected during a competitive bidding process with three other companies.
It has since grown to become the largest communications operator in Qatar offering new technologies to the country including mobile, broadband, digital, and fiber services.
The publicly traded company has ownership from the royal family with H. Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud Al Thani as the company's chairman and Sheikh Saud Bin Nasser Al Thani as Ooredoo Group CEO.Waleed Al-Sayed is Ooredoo Group's deputy CEO and Ooredoo Qatar's CEO.