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Wateen Telecom shines at Capacity Middle East 2014

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Lahore, March 19, 2014 (PPI-OT): Leading ICT service provider, Wateen Telecom successfully concluded its participation in the event, Capacity Middle East 2014, recently held in Dubai, UAE. Capacity Conferences hold a series of events around the globe annually, focused on building a multilateral platform for bringing telecom companies together.

Now in its 9th year, Capacity Middle East 2014 has developed into a highly regarded global event that unites leading international carrier executives. This year over 850 delegates from around 230 companies attended the event, including top Middle Eastern and International Carrier executives, to discuss ICT strategies for the region.

Wateen Telecom not only showcased its top-notch network that links Pakistan to international gates, but also its technical expertise in the world of telecommunications. Wateen Telecom was represented at the event by Mr. Junaid Sheikh, GM Global Carrier Business Unit.

This avenue also provided the ideal opportunity for the Wateen Team to explore and devise new business opportunities within the carrier community in collaboration with top executives of leading operators and carriers from the region.

Junaid Sheikh, GM Global Carrier Business Unit at Wateen Telecom said, “Capacity Middle East was an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas, build future partnerships and to identify profitable growth opportunities within the region and Wateen Telecom was delighted to be a part of the event.

Our commitment is to provide our growing customers a reliable and high quality service, which is evident in our constant upkeep with the most advanced network technology.” He further added.

For more information, contact:
Salman Mazhar
Manager Corporate and PR
Wateen Telecom Limited
4th Floor, New Auriga Complex,
Main Boulevard, Gulberg II,
Lahore, Pakistan.
Tel: +9242 111 928 336
Ph: +92 (0) 321 400 6222

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