Jordan ICT

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In March 2010 Orange became the first operator to launch a 3G mobile service in Jordan, having acquired a 15-year licence – including a one-year exclusivity deal – the previous year. Zain joined Orange with the launch of its mobile broadband service in March 2011, with a network that uses HSPA+-based infrastructure. Then in January 2012 Jordan’s...

With a stable business climate, low operating costs and a highly skilled population, Jordan is emerging as a regional centre for information and communications technology (ICT). Driven by new technologies, rapidly rising domestic internet penetration is also boosting the industry, which is playing and increasingly important role in the economy,...

Financial services are emerging as both a key market for Jordan’s IT sector and an important product line in the form of e-payment software and services. The financial industry is one of the most important buyers of Jordanian IT services, and one of the sector’s fastest-growing vertical niches, with opportunities existing in the general hardware and...

How has information and communications technology (ICT) helped reduce unemployment in Jordan?

How active are Jordanian ICT workers and companies throughout the Middle East?

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