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Insurance companies try their best to uphold the details of the policy without cutting corners
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Ever expanding Etisalat: Mobile Remittances and 3G in Afghanistan

Ever expanding Etisalat: Mobile Remittances and 3G in Afghanistan

Being the first to launch 3G service in Afghanistan and eyeing mobile remittances, Etisalat is having a happening first quarter.

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Etisalat Eyes Mobile Remittances In Gulf

Etisalat Eyes Mobile Remittances In Gulf

"Remittances are a huge business opportunity," George Held, director of products and services at Etisalat, told Reuters. "The cost base for telecoms operators is much different than for banks and exchange houses. We do not need bricks and mortar branches, so our costs are lower and we can pass on this saving and offer better exchange rates and transaction fees."

March 18, 2012 3:09