Iranian mobile news media review Tuesday July 7, 2009

Daily summary of Iran’s top mobile news for international viewers

• Telecommunication Company of Iran did not lose from 20-day sms network disconnection as subscribers made calls instead, TCI managing director said.
Fars news agency, Poul, Afarinesh, Javan, Tehran Emrouz, Hezbollah, Sobh Eghtesad, Donyay-e Eghtesad, Farhang Ashti, Siyasat Rouz and Jahan Sanat newspapers reported.

• Telecommunication Company of Iran should have paid Radio Communication and Regulations Organization 4,825,709 rials but not done so yet.
ILNA news agency, Poul, Sobh Eghtesad, Donyay-e Eghtesad, Sarmayeh and Fanavaran news agencies reported.

• Telecommunication Company of Iran ordinary general meeting held in next three weeks when TCI shares and shareholders dividends reviewed, TCI managing director said.
ISNA news agency, Jam-e Jam, Jahan Sanat, Iran and Hamshahri newspapers reported.

• Internet broadband to be increased to 50,000 megabyte countrywide, Information and Communication Technology minister said.
Fars news agency, Jahan Sanat, Khorasan and Resalat newspapers reported.

• Third Operator tender runner-up Kuwaiti Zain dismissed from project.
ISNA news agency, Etmad Melli, Fanavaran and Donyay-e Eghtesad newspapers reported.

• 336 telecommunication projects launched in Gilan Province worth around 273 billion rials.
Fars news agency, Jomhouri and Rah-e Mardom newspapers reported.

• Mobile phone BTS antennas organized to enhance urbanism and landscape.
ISNA news agency, Sobh Eghtesad and Jahan Sanat newspapers reported.

• Radio Communication and Regulations Organization announces results of “upgrading HF equipments” tender packages.
RCRO website, Fanavaran and Jahan Sanat newspapers reported. 

• Telecommunication Company of Iran individual shareholders and shareholder companies’ dividends determined at July 2 ordinary general meeting, TCI PR head said.
Mobna news agency, Fanavaran and Sobh Eghtesad newspapers reported. 

• SMS network disconnected again today July 7, an Information and Communication Technology ministry official said.
IRNA news agency, Etemad and Siyasat Rouz newspapers reported.

• No use of information technology experts makes cyber crime Act useless.
ILNA news agency and Fanavaran newspaper reported.

• Rural ICT (Information and Communication Technology) offices forum held in a month.
ISNA news agency reported.

• Over 95 percent of Lorestan Province roads under mobile phone network coverage, Lorestan Province Telecommunication Company managing director said.
Fars news agency reported.

• Illegal wireless devices used by smugglers found and destroyed in Kurdistan Province border areas.
Mobna news agency reported.

Tamin-Telecom official announced they were ready to take part again in Third Operator project.
Mobna news agency reported.
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