The event aims to celebrate World Telecommunication Day, as well as the new identity of TRC.
“Motorola is proud to participate in the International Telecom Day celebrations with the TRC, we are here today to reaffirm our commitment to Jordan and Jordanians,” said Hassan Tavakoli, Vice President & Corporate Director for Middle East & Africa. “We invented the first car radio and mobile phone, and more recently launched the first Jordanian GPRS network with Fastlink; Motorola has always been a technology leader and we will continue to offer intelligent solutions to Jordanians at home, in the office and in the car.”
Jordan plays an important role in Motorola’s efforts across all business sectors to build its market share in the region. Recently, Motorola announced a new expansion contract with Fastlink, Jordan’s most popular mobile network.
“As Jordan expands its Telecom infrastructure and services for its citizens, Motorola and other telecom pioneers are key partners in this growth,” said Muna Nijem, CEO, Telecommunications Regulatory Commission, Jordan. Ms. Nijem added: “ The development of the Telecom sector in Jordan is a top priority for his majesty, King Abdullah the Second, of Jordan, and one of the main tasks for the new TRC is to help transform his majesty’s vision into a reality.”
“Jordan is preparing itself for a Telecom boom that is predicted to more than double mobile penetration over the next three years,” said Motaz Hourani, Motorola country manager, Jordan.
“Motorola is proud to be part of the Kingdom’s ongoing efforts to develop the telecommunication sector and its infrastructure”, added Hourani.
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