Iranian mobile News Media Review Monday 8 June 2009

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

• Selling off 28 percent of Telecommunication shares to foreign investors has been studied and should be finalized by economic minister, Privatization Organization head said.
Fars news agency, Hamshahri, Jam-e Jam and 20 other newspapers reported.
 
• Currently increasing landline service fee has not been announced and there is no proposition about it, telecommunication minister said.
ISNA news agency reported, Donyay-e Eghtesad and 13 other newspapers reported.

• Number Portability service (changing operator without changing mobile phone number) regulation will be studied in Radio Communication and Regulations Organization commission, RCRO deputy said.
Mobna and Fars news agencies, Abrar Eghtesadi and seven other newspapers reported.

• All sideway roads will be covered by the state-owned Mobile Company of Iran network by the end of this Iranian year (20 March 2010) and all main roads by 22 July, MCI engineering and technical deputy said.
IRNA and SITNA news agencies, Keyhan and four other newspapers reported.

• First conference on accidents and information transfer space security vulnerabilities aims to develop technical and management knowledge relevant to vulnerabilities and computer crimes will be held on 10-11 June in Telecommunication Research Center of Iran.
 Fars, ISNA, Mobna, SITNA, Iscanews, IRNA and Mehr news agencies reported.

• Open source software development document draft (Farsi language Linux) has been offered to Information Technology Company, telecommunication ministry official said.
Mobna news agency and three newspapers reported. 

• Provincial Metro Ethernet network capacity of high speed port will be redoubled, Telecommunication Company of Iran managing director said.
Mobna news agency and two newspapers reported.

• Telecommunication Company of Iran public meeting will be held by 22 July and previous Iranian year financial reports will be offered, TCI managing board head said.
Mobna news agency and two newspapers reported. 

• Telecommunication Infrastructure Company denied the rumor that internet will be disconnected on Presidential Election Day.
IRNA and Mehr news agencies and two newspapers reported. 

• Customers welcomed state-owned prepaid sim cards overall Tehran, mobile phone market insiders said.
Mobna news agency and two newspapers reported.

• Motorola mobile sets import will increase to Iran, Fitco company official distributor of Motorola mobile sets in Iran sale manager said.
Mobna news agency and two newspapers reported. 

• Mobile Company of Iran and Melli bank negotiated for final agreements of mobile payment service, Melli Bank informatics manager said.
Mobna news agency reported.  

• By the end of last Iranian year more than eight million utility bills were paid via rural ICT offices, Telecommunication Company of Iran managing board member said.
TCI reported.
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