STC signs agreement to provide Wi-Fi internet services to customers in 113 countries
- Saudi Arabia: Tuesday, February 26 - 2013 at 15:36
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STC signed an agreement with iPass (USA) for cooperation in the Wi-Fi data roaming services stepping into a new era for enriching customers scattered around the world with Wi-Fi data roaming services on their smart phones and tablets in more than 1.2 million sites in 113 countries.
STC CEO Dr. Khaled Al Ghoneim commented on the event: "Such agreements mirror our mutual desire to identify and evaluate potential areas for partnership across many markets that STC is present in," noting that the agreement with iPass, the biggest Wi-Fi network service provider and which offers its services to hotels, airports, and aircrafts, will greatly enhance STC Group's services platform, in line with international roaming technologies.
It is worth mentioning that STC succeeded through its collaboration with Maxis and Oger in achieving a pioneering position in the global fixed and mobile telecommunication scene. In 2010, the three Groups jointly launched a series of global initiatives focused on capturing synergies across their 9 operating companies and working with top global suppliers to become preferred partners based on value creating agreements. Among these initiatives, focusing on international roaming and data transfer services based on the Wi-Fi technology, aimed at offering competitive prices and discounts based on the commercial scale of all 3 Groups.
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