Al-Bahrain Sports Club (Arabic:نادي البحرين الرياضي), otherwise simply known as Bahrain, is primarily a Bahrainifootball club based in the island-governorate of Al-Muharraq. Their football team currently plays in the Bahraini Premier League. Their home football stadium is the Al Muharraq Stadium, which they share along with their local island rivals, Al-Muharraq Sports Club. Bahrain Club also have teams for other sports, such as Basketball, Team Handball and Volleyball.
The "Bahrain - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering ... Batelco also undertook a significant operational restructure in 2019 and launched Bahrain's National Broadband Network operated by BNET.
American children have uneven access to home computers and broadband internet ... But few districts have publicly addressed what would happen to classes in the case of widespread infection and school closings like those that have taken place in China, Italy and Bahrain.
Bahrain-based telecoms operator Batelco on Thursday announced net profit of BD7.4 million ($19.6 million) in the ... However, it added that revenues in its home market of Bahrain increased by 5 percent boosted by revenues from fixed broadband, data communications and mobile services.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Bahrain has revealed that the price of mobile phone services decreased by 15 percent between 2018 and 2019 ... The study also showed that fixed and mobile broadband prices in Bahrain are 19 percent lower than the average prices in GCC countries.
A similar situation is underway in Bahrain where DSL subscriptions still hold the majority market share but have been declining since 2013 in favour of fibre broadband ... Operators are beginning to utilise the wholesale fixed broadband network in Bahrain.
In terms of infrastructure investments, in Q3 Bahrain welcomed the launch of a national broadband network ‘BNET’, the signing of a $2.9 billion contract with Saudi Arabia for the transitional phase of the King HamadCauseway, as well as the approval of electricity and water network expansion projects valued at $1.6bn.