Oman kicks off bidding process for third mobile licence provider

Third player to join Omantel and Ooredoo Oman in highly competitive market  

Oman’s telecoms regulator has kicked off the bidding process for the country’s third mobile licence.
Mobile services in the country are currently offered by state-owned Omantel and Qatar’s Ooredoo.
In a statement, Oman’s Telecoms Regulatory Authority (TRA) said that the detailed bidding process had been announced by an information memorandum.
“The TRA considers that the enhancement of competition in the mobile telecommunications services will benefit consumers and the Sultanate’s economy,” the regulator said, in a statement...Read more...

Source: arabianbusiness.com