MobileCom, part of the Jordan Telecom Group, announced that the company has increased its network's capacity for its "Dandanah" service after less than eight months from introducing the service for the first time.
The move comes to meet its customers' growing demand for the popular service, which allows them to replace their former waiting ring tone with a new collection of special songs and ring tones, the company said.
"Committed to offer a unique set of services, MobileCom, since launching “Dandanah”, signed several contracts with the most celebrated Jordanian and Arab singers such as Omar Al Abdullat, Nancy Ajram, Amr Diab, Fadel Shaker, Haiyfa Wahbi and many more. MobileCom, one of first regional operators to launch such a service, is always interested in delivering content services for its customers as the national telecommunications’ market is becoming one of the most growing markets in the Middle East," Product and Services Marketing Manager Mr. Marwan Al Muhaisen explained.
He also added that the technical team has been working in the past three months on extensive expansion projects, which included developing the network’s infrastructure as well as the addition of advanced devices to guarantee voice quality, stressing that the company’s network, according to worldwide measurements, is considered one of the most advanced.
It is worth mentioning that MobileCom’s customers could reach the “Dandanah” service by dialing the number 090090900.
About MobileComMobileCom is the Jordanian public mobile telephone network operator, and is the operator of the mobile communications licence granted to Jordan Telecom. MobileCom is a member of the Jordan Telecom Group that also includes e-Dimensions and Wanadoo.
An agreement was signed on 23 January 2000 allowing the JITCO Investment Group, led by France Telecom, to enter Jordan Telecom with a 40 per cent shareholding equity. JITCO is a holding company which is owned partly by France Telecom (88%) and partly by the Arab Bank Ltd (12%).
The company combines local Jordanian capability with the technological advantages and network management/operation experience of one of the world's leading telecommunications operators, France Telecom.
The company has built a new, highly advanced, mobile communications network to serve the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and launched its full public service in Jordan on 15 September 2000.