Market performance was driven by opportunistic acquisitions of local telecom operators, internal market consolidation, and efforts by operators to improve their revenue-generating capabilities by acquiring companies that complement their core telecom services.
What does LTO stand for?
LTO stands for Local Telecom Operator (telecommunications)
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- Limited-Time Offer(ing)
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Abu Dhabi The stock of regional telecommunications major etisalat continued to take a beating yesterday on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange as investors sold shares on fears of greater downside risks led by the UAE's imposition of new royalty rates for local telecom operators.
A $5 billion lawsuit is filed by owner of Algeria s Djezzy unit, Weather Investments, against the Algerian government over its stake in the local telecom operator.
From a user perspective, abruptly preventing the use of Skype in Jordan seems like a tyrannical action aimed at canceling a free service to force users to pay local telecom operators for their national and international calls.
``I never seriously considered using AOL because the word of mouth on it was pretty negative,'' said Victoria Alexander, an Escondido advertising copywriter who uses MGC Communications, a local telecom operator, as her ISP.
Local telecom operators of Latin American countries are generally weak.
ZTE will build the network for Burundi Backbone Systems Company (Burundi BBS), a joint venture between five local telecom operators.
Local telecom operators of Latin American countries are generally weak, America Mobil, Telefonica and Telecom Itlia, three major operators with Spanish and Portuguese background and strong capital strength, occupy more than 80% telecom market share in Latin America, wherein Telefonica is the largest operator in Latin America.