Iranian mobile News Media Review Tuesday 2 June 2009

Daily summary of Iran’s top Mobile news for the international viewers

• Deleting inter-city telephone codes in two Isfahan cities was exception and will not be performed in other provinces, Telecommunication Company of Iran managing board head said.
Fars news agency, Iran and five other newspapers reported.

• It is predicted that Information Technology field in this Iranian year will face with challenge of demand fall, Tehran province computer union guild head said.
ISNA news agency and three newspapers reported.

• Currently governmental organizations owe more than 500 billion rials to Telecommunication Company of Iran, TCI managing director said.
IRNA news agency and three newspapers reported.

• Although dramatic segment of market is owned by smugglers selling smuggled mobile phones but governmental bodies do not confront this phenomenon seriously, mobile set vendors believe.
Mobna news agency and three newspapers reported.

• RCRO controls Wimax operators operations, Radio Communication and Regulations Organization deputy said.
Mobna news agency and two newspapers reported.

• Network engineering services fee is approved in Tehran province union guild network commission, the commission head said.
ISNA news agency and two newspapers reported.
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Space shortage for PAP companies (high speed internet providers) is not solvable and Telecommunication Company of Iran seeks a solution to solve this problem, Telecommunication Company of Iran managing director said.
ISNA news agency and two newspapers reported. 

• With Radio Communication and Regulations Organization request, we will increase internet speedometer reference servers, Iran Information Technology managing director said.
SITNA news agency and two newspapers reported.  

• The 2,880,000-rial Mobile Company of Iran sim cards, its new design (0910) and 0919 sim cards are ready for delivery in provinces that have the required capacity, the company announced.
 Iran and Asr Eghtesad newspapers reported.

• Landline bill payment system by telephone number 1818 was launched in Khorasan Razavi province.
Two newspapers reported.

• Presidential election campaign via sms has not had effect on mobile phone network traffic, Telecommunication Company of Iran PR chief manager said.
Mobna news agency and a newspaper reported.

• Private sector has launched 600,000 high speed internet ports in Iran, Radio Communication and Regulations Organization deputy said.
Mobna news agency and Abrar Eghtesadi newspaper reported.

• Programming to develop Taliya is not up to Telecommunication Company of Iran, but is Rafsanjan Industrial Complex duty, TCI managing board head said.
Fars news agency and a newspaper reported. 

• Lapse has led to cyber crime bill lost its usage, Tehran judicial internet and computer crimes audit council member said,
SITNA news agency and Abrar Eghtesadi newspaper reported.  

• Presidential election campaign via sms has not had effect on mobile phone network traffic, Telecommunication Company of Iran PR chief manager said.
Fars news agency and Sobh Eghtesad newspaper reported.

• Needed infrastructures to electronic sale and marketing are obtained in Iran, but lack of customer trust to virtual space has made problem, service and commodity numbering national center head said.
Borna news agency and Abrar Eghtesadi newspaper reported. 

• Digital certificate system was launched in bourse software.
Fars news agency and a newspaper reported.

• We are trying to hold second private post operator up to 23 September, Radio Communication and Regulations Organization official said.
ISNA news agency and Etelaat newspaper reported.

• Interference of Irancell company GSM1800 systems operation on active DECT systems in Boushehr city was solved, Radio Communication and Regulations Organization announced.
 IRNA and Mobna news agencies reported.

• About 1,400,000 bank accounts have been opened in rural ICT offices (information and communication technology) by rustic people with 1.3 trillion rials investment in them, rural ICT offices supreme mission head said.
Telecommunication ministry PR reported. 
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