Tango Telecom opens Dubai office

Irish billing company aims to strengthen its position in the Middle East telecom market

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By  Ronan Shields Published  December 11, 2007

Irish billing solutions company Tango Telecom has opened an office in Dubai to strengthen its operations in the MEA region and India.

The office will supply pre-sales and support to the company's regional clients including several network operators such as Zain Group and Qtel. Malik Al Jack, a seasoned veteran of the MEA telco industry, will head up the company's operations in the region.

Richard Choi, vice president of sales and marketing at Tango Telecom, said the move follows an increase in demand for mobile data services in the Middle East telecommunications market.

"The opening of our regional office in Dubai is in recognition of long term growth potential in this region for Tango Telecom's charging and messaging solutions," he said.

"We are experiencing increasing demand for our messaging and charging solutions specifically our Mobile Data Charging solutions for GSM and CDMA networks and our Advanced SMS Value-Added Solutions."

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