Etisalat expresses support to Mobily after SIM ban
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, November 28 - 2012 at 05:00
Etisalat has said it is committed to its Saudi Arabian affiliate, Mobily, after the kingdom's regulator banned it from selling pre-paid SIM cards, Reuters has reported. "Etisalat is committed to this relationship and support of Mobily," Etisalat chief executive Ahmad Julfar said. "Etisalat has always maintained its keenness to strengthen its investment in Saudi Arabia through Mobily as it views the Saudi Arabia as a very important and key market in its portfolio." The company also said reiterated it wants to raise its stake in Mobily, if given the chance.
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