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Huawei's Market Share in Saudi Arabia 'to Hit 50 Percent': VP of Marketing
April 16, 2018

Huawei’s market share of smartphones has reached 20.9% in the Saudi market by the end of February 2018.

However, Qinsong (Jim) Xu Vice President Global Product Marketing Huawei Consumer Business Group spoke with confidence that this percentage will reach 50 percent in just a few months from now. He said “we are confident that our market share will increase because most consumers"...

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GSMA Launches Global Mobile Money Certification Scheme
April 12, 2018

(AETOS Wire)-- At the Mobile 360 – West Africa event, the GSMA announced the launch of the GSMA Mobile Money Certification, a global scheme for mobile money providers to offer safer, more transparent and more resilient financial services to millions of mobile money users around the world. The certification relies on an independent assessment of a mobile money provider's ability to deliver secure and reliable services,"...

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Mobile Ecosystem to Be Worth More Than $50 Billion to West Africa Economy by 2022, Finds New GSMA Study
April 11, 2018

(AETOS Wire)-- The mobile industry in West Africa is forecast to contribute more than $50 billion annually to the region’s economy by 2022, according to a new GSMA study published today at the ‘Mobile 360 – West Africa’ event being held in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. The new report, The Mobile Economy: West Africa 2018, calculates that the region’s mobile ecosystem contributed $37 billion"...

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Mobily opens new outlets at Saudi malls
April 8, 2018

Mobily, a leading telecom services operator in Saudi Arabia, has opened several outlets at mega malls across the kingdom as part of its regional expansion plans.

Khaled Riad, the chief sales officer, said: 'We opened our outlets at the malls in central, eastern, western, and southern regions aimed at fulfilling"...

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Saudi law criminalizes spying on spouse’s mobile phone
March 31, 2018

Saudi law has criminalized the act of spying on your spouse’s mobile phone illegally and has listed this act under cybercrimes.
Husbands or wives who are caught spying on their spouse’s mobile phone in order to prove dishonest behavior can be imprisoned for up to a year, receive a SR 500,000 fine or receive both forms of punishment.
According to legal sources, the penalty is imposed on people who access their spouse’s mobile phone without"...

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