A new study from Juniper Research has determined that the total value of mobile payments for digital and physical goods, money transfers and NFC (Near Field Communications) transactions will reach $670bn by 2015, up from $240bn this year. These forecasts represent the gross merchandise value of all purchases or the
ISLAMABAD (PAKISTAN) Khalid Alvi appointed as new country General Manager Nokia Pakistan & AF Nokia Middle East & Africa (MEA) has appointed Khalid Alvi as the new Country General Manager of Nokia Pakistan & Afghanistan. In this capacity, Khalid is responsible to drive sales in the region along with execution
To this point, 2011 has been a forgettable year for Nokia. In April, Apple passed Nokia during the first quarter to become the world’s largest vendor of mobile phones in terms of revenue. Shortly after, the Finnish giant was forced to dump the Symbian platform and 3000 employees to Accenture.
ISLAMABAD (PAKISTAN) The Islamabad High Court has dismissed, with costs, writ petitions and appeals filed by LDI operators against the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority and Government of Pakistan (Ministry of Information Technology & Telecom) on the issue of Payment of Access Promotion Contribution (APC) for the Universal Service Fund (USF) Regime.
Delhi (INDIA) The telecom ministry is likely to refer major policy changes in the sector, including pricing of excess spectrum and delinking of spectrum from licence as recommended by the sectoral regulator, to the Cabinet for a final decision. The Telecom Commission, the highest decision making body of the Department
ISLAMABAD: The Government on Monday clarified a news story regarding alleged misappropriation and violation of process in the Telecom Foundation (TF), which is associated with the Ministry of Information Technology (MoIT). A PID press release said: “MoIT considers all allegations fabricated and devoid of any real substance. To link the