Batelco Offers Services to Customers around the Globe

February 25, 2014

**No Boundaries Stop Batelco’s Services from Reaching Customers**

Batelco, the Kingdom’s leading integrated communications services provider, is employing its vast experience and knowledge to expand its varied services to customers of all sectors around the globe.

Batelco, a Middle East regional partner of choice to the international carriers, is proud to meet customers’ regional and global requirements from any country to any country across the world, thanks to its 21 active Point-of-Presence (PoP) in the Middle East region and Europe. Batelco continuously looks into expanding its robust presence further to accommodate customers’ requirements.

Batelco is capitalizing on its presence to extend its unrivalled portfolio of global services, which includes International Private Leased Line (IPLC), MPLS and Ethernet services, to any country through its own network and reliable partners in various geographies.

“We stress our capability to serve customer requirements for global services to deliver their solutions from any country to any country worldwide,” said Batelco Business Division General Manager Adel Daylami.

“Batelco enjoys a competitive edge, due to its highly qualified teams who are capable of designing, proposing and supporting robust network solutions for any-to-any connectivity requirements,” added Mr. Daylami.

“We understand that customers are always looking for value-added services that ensure better customer experience. In Batelco, we strive to offer such services with the proposed solutions to meet and exceed customers’ expectations. These services include an online monitoring and reporting portal and a competitive SLA offering,” concluded Mr. Daylami.

Batelco has been approached by many regional and international businesses seeking to benefit from its proven ability of ensuring end-to-end reliable service commissioning and support. Within this context, Batelco has provided connectivity for customers from different industries across the region, Asia, and Europe.