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SLA Mobile becomes SAMENA Telecommunications Council Member

SLA Mobile, a leading mobile solutions provider working with global mobile operators and merchants to generate new innovative revenue streams, has announced today that it has become a member of the SAMENA Telecommunications Council.

SAMENA Telecommunications Council is South Asia – Middle East – North Africa (SAMENA) region’s sole operator-driven industry association that represents telecommunications service providers from around the region, and beyond. SLA Mobile sees this membership as a great opportunity to use the council as a platform to exchange ideas and collaborate with other council members on regional issues and new initiatives.

“We are delighted to have been accepted as a member of the SAMENA Telecommunications Council.  SLA Mobile has had significant experience with both Mobile Operators and Merchants in the Middle East and Asia in the past few years and SAMENA effectively aligns with our strategies for future development and new innovative service offerings within the industry.” said Nic Stirk, CEO at SLA Mobile.

Mr. Bocar A. BA, President of SAMENA extended his welcome to SLA Mobile on joining the council and expressed the importance of service providers, like SLA Mobile, in the telecommunications sector as he explained that past innovations in communication solutions have been the catalyst for change and evolution within the industry. “We feel that advanced mobile solutions are integral to the branding and revenue success of telecoms operators. With SLA Mobile’s active participation with SAMENA Council’s member operators and other technology providers, we see much synergistic activity happening for the mutual benefit of all members and the industry. We congratulate SLA Mobile for choosing to become a part of SAMENA.”

SLA Mobile will continue to deliver innovative mobile solutions for mobile operators and merchants, and the SAMENA Council is a positive step to supporting new initiatives and development within the telecommunications industry.