Zamir Telecom seeking MVNO opportunities at GITEX

Telecom products and services provider looking for new deals in the region

Tags: Zamir Telecom (www.zamirtelecom.com/)
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By  Mark Sutton Published  October 15, 2013

Zamir Telecom is exhibiting at GITEX this year (Zabeel Hall Z-F25) to meet regional mobile network operators from the Middle East and Africa.

The company, which specialises in products and services in both the B2B and B2C telco markets, is looking to establish new interconnections and explore other MVNO opportunities as well as showcase its existing products and launch new ones including its unique IP-PBX telephony solution for corporate and SME users.  

Established in 2004, Zamir recently announced its expansion into Africa starting with a deal with Exchange Telecom Ltd of Nigeria.

Zamir provides a number of different wholesale VoIP services to Asia provided for a variety of UK and international service providers including BTCL, MTN, Tata and Deutsche Telekom.

It also offers white-label VoIP managed services that enable smaller telecom providers to minimise their start-up costs. This includes enabling resellers and channel partners to offer multiple voice services using Zamir's infrastructure.

The company also provides management and marketing consultancy for telco businesses that wish to expand to the UK, mainland Europe and North America.

M Naufal Zamir, managing director and founder of Zamir Telecom, said: "I know that we have a lot to offer operators and service providers in both Africa and the Middle East. We are an entrepreneurial and innovative company that is great at spotting gaps in the market to improve services. I look forward to meeting new partners and suppliers at GITEX".

Zamir is now actively seeking other partnerships with PTT, Tier 1, Tier 2 and mobile operators that can offer wholesale A-Z and direct termination in MEA. With a retail presence in the west, Zamir believes there is a strong business case for partnering with Middle Eastern and African MNOs for dedicated inbound voice. Zamir will look to fill its limited openings for MNOs to create an exclusive group of dedicated bilateral partners for the exchange of retail traffic. Zamir also plans to expand incoming traffic to partner MNOs from destinations across North America and Europe to mutually benefit business relationships.

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