South African police have seized documents from the offices of mobile phone operator MTN Group after Turkey's Turkcell launched a $4.2 billion lawsuit over a disputed Iran license, MTN said on June 5, as reported by Reuters.
Turkcell Board Chairman Ahmet Akca has been elected to the National Investment Council of Ukraine—a country where Lifecell is one of the most important investors.
Fintur, jointly owned by Telia Company and Turkcell, has agreed to sell its 51.3 percent holding in Azertel, the sole shareholder of the Azeri telecommunications operator Azercell, to Azintelecom, a company wholly-owned by the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Turkcell, the largest mobile operator in Turkey, and Nexign, a Russian-based leading international provider of billing, charging and customer management solutions, have announced a strategic cooperation agreement.
Net profits of Turkish mobile network giant Turkcell rose to 2.48 billion Turkish Liras (around $679.45 million) in 2017, soaring 52.3 percent year-on-year, the company’s CEO said on Feb. 16.
According to Kaan Terzioğlu, CEO of Turkey’s leading mobile phone operator Turkcell, connectivity is a key concern for refugees. The first thing a refugee wants at a camp is the Wi-Fi password in an effort to connect with the people they have left behind, said Terzioğlu.
Leading Turkish mobile phone operator Turkcell sees the potential to double its user count and data consumption in the next 2-3 years as it looks to maintain sales growth above the rate of inflation, its chief executive Kaan Terzioğlu told Reuters.
Scandinavian Telia AB has sold about 1.78 billion Turkish liras ($508 million) worth of stock in Turkey's largest mobile operator, Turkcell İletişim, in order to focus on its operations in the Nordics and Baltics.
Stockholm-based Telia agreed to sell 153.5 million Turkcell shares - its 7 percent direct stake - to institutional investors, the company said in a statement on Sept 19.