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Informatica Qatar signs deal with Royal Mobile

iQ continues with partner recruitment drive in the retail channel

Informatica Qatar signs deal with Royal Mobile
iQ has continued to consolidate its retail channel in Qatar.

Informatica Qatar (iQ), the exclusive distributor and service provider for Huawei devices, has signed an agreement with Royal Mobile, further expanding its channel distribution network for the vendor's mobile devices in that country.

In terms of the deal, Royal Mobile will resell Huawei's mobile devices at all its seven outlets across Qatar.

The deal, states iQ comes as demand for Huawei's Media Pad, Honor, U8500 and G2800 range has been steadily increasing since devices were launched in the Gulf state.

Ramy Numair, commercial director - Devices at iQ, said: "Huawei has been expanding its share in Qatar's IT market, winning the hearts of consumers with its feature-packed and competitively priced mobile devices. iQ's extensive distribution network across the country has been a key factor that has allowed Huawei to penetrate various market segments. The new agreement we have signed with Royal Mobile is another important step that will further consolidate our stronghold in the market and bring Huawei products closer to IT consumers."

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