Iranian mobile news media review Thursday July 9, 2009

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

•    According to telecom service bureaus’ new regulations, their license is valid for three years and extendable for another three years.
Mobna news agency, Abrar Eghtesadi, Sarmayeh and Sobh Eghtesad newspapers reported.

•    Recent disorder in 118 telephone directory is due to 30 percent workforce absence because of current air pollution otherwise there is no technical problem, Telecommunication Company of Iran public relations office announced.
Mehr news agency, Hamshahri and Sedaye Edalat newspapers reported.

•    Tehrani subscribers again unable to send sms since three days ago.
Mehr news agency, Sobh Eghtesad and Hayat No newspapers reported.

•    First and second operators to pay three percent of their earnings to Government after Telecommunication Company of Iran privatization, Parliament’s mines and industries committee spokesman announced.
Mobna news agency and Abrar Eghtesadi newspaper reported.

•    Catchy landline phone numbers auction not welcomed by subscribers, Telecommunication Company of Iran managing director said.
Mobna news agency and Abrar Eghtesadi newspaper reported.

•    118 telephone directory jammed but not disconnected, Telecommunication Company of Iran Public Relation office announced.
Mobna news agency and Sobh Eghtesad newspaper reported.

•    Mobile smuggling route has now diverted to Baneh in Kurdistan Province and Arbil in Iraq.
Mobna news agency and Abrar Eghtesadi newspaper reported.

•    Pars Comtel managing director believes logical cut in mobile import tariff could do away with mobile smuggling.
Mobna news agency and Sobh Eghtesad newspaper reported.

•    Continued dusty atmosphere in Iran has affected Tehran’s mobile set market.
Mobna news agency and Sarmayeh newspaper reported.

•    Current air pollution has cut dramatically sale of Mobile Company of Iran postpaid sim cards.
Mobna news agency and Sarmayeh newspaper reported.

•    Afghanistan information technology minister urged cooperation with Yazd Province Shahid Ghandi Telecommunication Cable Factories.
IRNA news agency and Aftab Yazd newspaper reported.  

•    At holidays 118 telephone directory operators reduce by 60 percent, Telecommunication Company of Iran public relations announced.  
ISNA news agency and Jomhouri newspaper reported.
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