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Sudanese Mobile Telephone Company, Zain

Sudanese Mobile Telephone Company, Zain (formerly Mobitel) is the pioneer of GSM services in Sudan, being the first to offer mobile operations back in February 1997. Today it serves the largest base of mobile customers in the country with more than 10 million active customers. Zain (then known as Mobitel) was a joint venture between the Sudanese Telephone Company Ltd and several private shareholders until 2006, when it was fully acquired by the Zain Group (formerly MTC) as part of its strategy of becoming first a regional, then a global telecom entity. With this acquisition MTC consolidated its position in both the Middle East and Africa enabling Mobitel, the pioneering and leading mobile telephone operator in Sudan.

CategoryOperators
Based inSudan (Republic of the)
DomainMobile
ITU Global DirectorySudanese Mobile Telephone Company, Zain
Websitehttp://www.sd.zain.com
Managing Director    
Elfaith Erwa

Mr. Erwa joined Khartoum University, Faculty of Economic, and then transferred to the Military College to graduate in 1970. He attended several training courses in Electronics, Radar and Artillery in Sudan and UK. Since graduation, Mr. Erwa is known for a vast, remarkable and colorful working experience. He is a prominent figure in Sudan and abroad for engaging in different official posts; Erwa served as a State Minister in the Presidency of the Republic of Sudan as National Security Advisor to the President during the period of 1989 to 1995. Mr. Erwa also held the position of a State Minister of Defense from 1995-1996. He was honorably appointed a State Minister of Defence 1995-1996. Erwa was appointed afterwards an Ambassador and a permanent Representative of Sudan to the United Nations in New-York, from 1996 till 2005, before occupying the post of Zain-Sudan Managing Director in Aug 2008.