Mobile reseller promises differentiated service in Oman

With its Class II mobile license, Majan Telecom is shifting to a new competition arena

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By  Vineetha Menon Published  September 2, 2008

Majan Telecom is shifting to a new arena of competition as one of five new mobile service resellers in Oman.

In June, Oman’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority granted five Class II licenses to companies as resellers of basic mobile services in the Sultanate to boost demand by targeting new subscriber segments.

“We will target segments that are under-penetrated or under-served in the market and focus on differentiated service to meet their needs,” said Niklas Nielsen, Majan Telecom’s CEO.

“In doing so, our host operator can focus on strengthening their position on their own core target market and enhancing their infrastructure while gaining additional revenue and traffic. This will ultimately create a win-win situation for the host operator, the reseller and the customers.”

The opening up for Class II Mobile Resellers is a first in the region and puts Oman on the map as a promoter of free and responsible competition for the benefit of the society," Nielsen added.

With its five-year renewable license, Majan Telecom aims to become the best alternative communications provider in the region.

Other companies that have been granted the Class II mobile reseller license include Injaz International, Kalam Telecommunications, Mazoon Mobile and Arabia Connect (FriNDi mobile).

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