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Middle East Fixed Broadband Market Report 2021: Middle Eastern Countries Expand Fixed Broadband Infrastructure through ...

Herald-Standard 17 Jan 2022
The "Middle East - Fixed Broadband Market" report has been added to's offering. Middle Eastern countries expand fixed broadband infrastructure through national broadband plans ... The Middle East and NBN plansSubmarine cablesFixed broadband statisticsSatellite broadband. Bahrain.

Bnet appoints Al Hamed as CCO

Telecom Paper 04 Jan 2022
Bahrain's National Broadband Network (BNet) has announced the appointment of Shaima Al Hamed as ...

BNET in Bahrain initiates portability technique for broadband Internet

MENA FN 14 Nov 2021
(MENAFN) BNET, the national network in charge of presenting broadband network facilities all over Bahrain, has declared the inauguration and application of its new ...

BNET launches portability process for broadband

Gulf Daily News 13 Nov 2021
BNET, the national network responsible for providing broadband network services across Bahrain, has ...

BNet appoints Aldoseri as CEO

Telecom Paper 01 Nov 2021
Bahrain's National Broadband Network (BNet) has appointed Ahmed Jaber Aldoseri as its CEO.

BNET selects Mobileum's revenue assurance product

Telecom Paper 15 Jun 2021
Telecom analytics specialist Mobileum said that Bahrain's National ...

Batelco launches upgraded business broadband packages

Telecom Paper 11 Jun 2021
Bahrain operator Batelco has upgraded its Business Broadband Packages, targeted at ...

Zain Bahrain expands 5G network to Al Ramli

Telecom Paper 10 Jun 2021
Zain Bahrain has announced the expansion of mobile and ...

Zain Bahrain expands network to newly developed Salman City

Telecom Paper 01 Jun 2021
Zain Bahrain has expanded its enhanced mobile and broadband network ...

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