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Mobile Brand or Operator
Afghanistan's leading telecommunications provider.
Created in March 2008 as a subsidiary of Albtelecom.
A branch of the Algeria-based Orascom Telecom. Algeria's principal mobile network operator.
Formed as a public company in 1975. The Servei de Telecomunicacions d'Andorra (STA) is the national telecommunications company.
Movicel is a subsidiary of Angola Telecom. Unitel is the leader in the Angolan mobile telecoms market with over 6 million subscribers.
The Antigua Public Utilities Authority was the first in the English speaking Caribbean to introduce GSM technology.
VivaCell is the brand of Armenia’s leading mobile operator K-Telecom, acquired in 2007 by MTS (currently the biggest mobile operator in Central and Eastern Europe).
Optus (SingTel )
SingTel Optus Pty Limited is the 2nd-largest telecommunications company in Australia. Wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Telecommunications.
A1 - Mobilkom
Mobilkom is a major Austrian mobile network operator. A1 is one of the most well-known commercial brand in Austria.
First and largest cellular operator in the country. Established in 1994.
BaTelCo (or BTC)
Bahamas Telecommunications Company is the primary telecommunications provider for the Bahamas.
Bahrain Telecommunications Company is the principal telecommunications company of Bahrain.
Leading telecommunications service provider in Bangladesh. Largest cellular operator in the country.
Velcom / Privet
Trademarks of the 2nd-largest cell-phone operator in Belarus: Mobile Digital Communications.
Also known as Belgacom Mobile. Largest of Belgium's 3 mobile operators. Competitors are Mobistar (owned by France Télécom) and Base (subsidiary of Dutch KPN)
BH Telecom is a leading telecommunication company in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
2nd-largest Bulgarian GSM/UMTS operator. Founded in 2001. Owned by Greek telecommunications corporation Cosmote.
Cameroon Mobile Telecommunications is a subsidiary of CAMTEL, state company that had a monopoly over the telecommunication business in Cameroon for a long time.
Saskatchewan Telecommunications is the only remaining Crown Corporation in the Canadian telecommunications industry.
First and largest cellular operator in the country. Established in 1997.
Mobile operator. Subsidiary of Socatel, the leading telecommunications service provider in the country.
UFF! is the 4th cellular operator in the country and started services in 2010 as a MVNO (mobile virtual network operator), usiing Tigo network.
Costa Rica’s telecommunication sector is monopolized by two government companies (Grupo ICE and Racsa).
First private mobile network operator in Croatia.
Brand under which the Telekom Austria Group operates in Czech Republic.'Volny' is the Czech word for 'free'.
Alegro PCS (or Telecsa)
Mobile company based in Quito. Under the ownership of Ecuador's fixed telephone operator Andinatel.
Mobinil (The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services) is Egypt's first mobile phone operator since 1998.
The Eritrean Telecommunications Corporation is the sole operator of land line and mobile telephone communication infrastructure in Eritrea.
Finnish telecommunications company. Originally founded as the cell phone operator of the Finnet group.
French mobile phone service provider company. Active since 2005, along with SFR and Orange .
Subsidiary of the Lebanese telecommunications company Lintel Holding. Leading GSM Operator in Sierra Leone and the Gambia.
2nd-largest mobile communication provider in Georgia.
E-Plus is the 3rd-largest mobile operator in Germany, after T-Mobile and Vodafone.
3rd biggest mobile operator in Greece (after Cosmote and Vodafone.
Icelandic telecommunications company. Previously named Landssíminn.
!dea (Idea Cellular)
3rd largest GSM company in India behind Airtel and Vodafone.
2nd-largest telecommunication company for mobile services in Indonesia. Formerly known as PT Indonesian Satellite Corporation.
Hamrah-e-Avval is Iran's first and largest mobile phone network operator.
First mobile telecommunications company in Iraq. Established in the city of Suleimaniah in 1999.
Meteor Mobile Communications Limited is the only Irish owned mobile operator in Ireland.
Mobile Brand or Operator
Israeli-based telecommunications company. Founded in 1986. First company to offer mobile phone services in the country.
Predominant mobile operator in Japan. DoCoMo is officially a short form for 'DO COmmunications over the MObile network' and also a compound word, DOKOMO, meaning 'everywhere'.
Fourth GSM cellular phone service set up in Jordan.
One of the three licensed GSM mobile network operators in Kazakhstan.
Leading mobile network operator in Kenya. Formed in 1997 as a subsidiary of Telkom Kenya.
Latvijas Mobilais Telefons has operated on the mobile market since 1992 and is the first mobile network operator in the country.
Alfa is the brand of the Mobile Interim Company 1, one of the two operating GSM networks in Lebanon, side by side with MTC Touch.
Tango Services SA is a subsidiary of the belgian telco Belgacom Group. Mobile services are offered under the 'Tango' brand in Luxembourg and Liechtenstein.
Maxis Communications Berhad is a leading mobile phone service provider in Malaysia.
First Maldivian telecommunications company. Eestablished in 1988. The only company licensed to provide GSM services until 2005.
Emtel Ltd. launched its mobile telephone operations in Mauritius in 1989, establishing itself as the first mobile telephone operator in the Southern Hemisphere.
Grupo Iusacell is Mexico's 3rd mobile operator.
Mobile communications provider in the Sultanate of Oman since 2005. Previously Omantel was the sole operator in the country.
One of five GSM Mobile companies in the country. Owned by Etisalat, a UAE based company.
Smart Communications is a wholly owned mobile phone and Internet service subsidiary of the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT).
Era - Tak Tak (PTC)
Era is the main brand name of Poland's 3rd-largest mobile phone network operator.
Optimus Telecomunicações is a Portuguese GSM/UMTS mobile operator. Incorporated at the end of 1997 after winning the bid for Portugal's third GSM license.
First CDMA 450 Mhz mobile phone operator in Romania. Acquired in 2009 by OTE, a Greek company already operating in Romania as Cosmote (3rd-largest mobile carrier in the country).
Previously known as North-West GSM. 2nd-largest mobile phone operator in the country.
Brand under which the Sudanese Sudatel offers mobile services in Senegal since 2009, as 3rd mobile licenced network.
Short form for 'Singapore Telecommunications Limited'. Largest company by market capitalisation listed on the Singapore Exchange.
Si.mobil is the second largest mobile operator in Slovenia.
Third cellular provider in the country, after Vodacom and MTN.
SK stands for Sun Kyung. Controlled by the SK Group, one of the country's largest chaebol.
Fourth mobile phone operator with a network of its own in Spain. Originally known as Xfera.
Canar Telecommunication company ltd. is a Sudanese subsidiary of Etisalat.
2nd-largest telecommunications provider in Switzerland and largest privately owned telecommunication company after being sold by the Danish TDC to CVC Capital Partners in 2010.
CJSC “Babilon-Mobile” is the largest operator of mobile communications services of Tajikistan.
TRUE is a communication conglomerate in Thailand and controls: True Visions (largest cable TV), True Internet (largest ISP) and True Move (3rd-largest mobile operator)
b mobile (TSTT)
Branded mobile division of Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago Limited, the largest telephone company in the country.
Brand under which Tunisie Télécom offers mobile services since 1998. Also known as Société Nationale des Télécommunications.
AveA (Aria and Aycell)
The sole GSM 1800 mobile operator of Turkey. Founded in 2004. Named from the combination of first letters of names of two merged operators.
Largest mobile phone operator in Ukraine.
Du is the trade name of the Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company, a telecommunications company offering fixed and mobile telephony in the UAE.
A prepaid mobile phone provider, subsidiary of América Móvil. It provides service in the United States, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
Brand under which Uruguayan government-owned telecommunications company Antel provides mobile phone services since 1994.
Part of the Swedish TeliaSonera group, which operates under UCell trademark in Uzbekistan.
CANTV is one of the first telephone service enterprises in Venezuela, founded in 1930. Movilnet, its mobile phone component was founded in 1991 and has the majority of the market.
First GSM Network operator in Yemen.
2nd-largest cellular company in Zimbabwe. Launched during the World Solar Summit in 1996.
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