Iranian mobile news media review Wednesday July 8, 2009

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

• Catchy landline phone numbers auction not welcomed by subscribers, Telecommunication Company of Iran managing director said.
Mobna news agency reported, Sobh Eghtesad, Poul and Javan newspapers reported.

• After Telecommunication Company of Iran privatization, three percent of first and second operators’ earnings would be taken by Government, Parliament’s mines and industries committee spokesman said.
Mobna news agency, Sobh Eghtesad and Poul newspapers reported.

• Information and Communication Technology ministry officials fail to explain reasons for sms network deactivation thus ignoring subscribers’ rights.
Mobna and ILNA news agencies, Sarmayeh Farhang Ashti and Sobh Eghtesad newspapers reported. 

• Telecommunication Company of Iran PR announced it was not informed of sms network disconnection problem.
Mehr news agency, Etemad Meli, Sarmayeh and Hezbollah newspapers reported. 

• Chahar Nasl Amvaj managing director said date of mass sms reconnection not yet determined.
Mobna news agency and Poul newspaper reported.

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

• Mobile Company of Iran, IranCell and Taliya sms networks disconnected again on July 7 but MCI and ICT ministry failed to report the issue.
ILNA news agency and Sarmayeh newspaper 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 and Sobh Eghtesad newspaper reported.

• Radio Communication and Regulations Organization announces results of “upgrading HF equipments” tender packages.
ISNA news agency and Abrar Eghtesadi newspaper 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 and Abrar Eghtesadi newspaper reported.

• Around 92 percent of Gilan Province villages have telephone communication, Gilan Province Telecommunication Company announced.
Fars news agency reported.