Skype hooks up deal with Qtel<br />
Summarized:<br />Skype has partnered Qatar Telecom to provide access to the wireless broadband unit, the first Middle East...
Questions :<br />.What is the main passage of the paragraph?1<br />a)the UAE remains one of four countries in the world th...
Questions :<br />2.what  access QTEL provide?<br />a)Skype software for mobile broadband.<br />b)wireless broadband unit.<...
Questions:<br />3.how many companies  rolled  Skype service?<br />a)More than 68 million.<br />b)Less than 68 million. <br...
Questions :<br />4.how many country that do not allow <br />download Skype service?<br />a)10<br />B)15<br />c)17<br />
Questions :<br />5.where was the regional Skype was deal?<br />a)Bahrain.<br />b)UAE.<br />c)Egypt.<br />
Vocabulary <br />
Key word <br />1)B<br />2)B<br />3)A<br />4)C<br />5)A  <br />
See more:<br />Reference: http://www.thenational.ae/business/technology/skype-hooks-up-deal-with-qtel.<br />
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  1. 1. Skype hooks up deal with Qtel<br />
  2. 2. Summarized:<br />Skype has partnered Qatar Telecom to provide access to the wireless broadband unit, the first Middle East operator to strike a deal with the internet telephone service provider. The deal is expected to provide access to Skype software for mobile broadband users in Jordan and the Philippines. Nasser Marafih, the group chief executive of Qtel, said the Skype service would soon be rolled out across the company's it has more than 68 million subscribers across 17 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia. The relationship between Skype and the region's operators was "complementary, not competitive". "There is an indisputable synergy between the two and the partnership with Qtel is further proof of this," said Mr Shaw. Although he declined to comment on whether the deal with Qtel was an exclusive arrangement, the operator's global reach was attractive to the company. they also declined to specify the financial agreement between the two companies. This is Skype's first regional partnership deal since launching an office in Bahrain last year. its long-distance internet telephone service to the Middle East's 1.2 billion population. Skype is the largest provider of international phone calls, with 45 billion minutes placed last year. However, the UAE remains one of four countries in the world that do not allow its residents to download Skype or access the company's website. The prospects for introducing other forms of internet telephone services to the UAE remain strong "Skype, by itself, is rather limiting, If you look at the profile of traffic in and out of the UAE, it's not the obvious partner."<br />
  3. 3. Questions :<br />.What is the main passage of the paragraph?1<br />a)the UAE remains one of four countries in the world that do not allow its residents to <br />download Skype.<br />b) Qatar Telecom. <br />Telecom.c)Bahrain<br />
  4. 4. Questions :<br />2.what access QTEL provide?<br />a)Skype software for mobile broadband.<br />b)wireless broadband unit.<br />c)the first Middle East operator to strike a deal with the internet telephone service provider.<br />
  5. 5. Questions:<br />3.how many companies rolled Skype service?<br />a)More than 68 million.<br />b)Less than 68 million. <br />c)68 million.<br />
  6. 6. Questions :<br />4.how many country that do not allow <br />download Skype service?<br />a)10<br />B)15<br />c)17<br />
  7. 7. Questions :<br />5.where was the regional Skype was deal?<br />a)Bahrain.<br />b)UAE.<br />c)Egypt.<br />
  8. 8. Vocabulary <br />
  9. 9. Key word <br />1)B<br />2)B<br />3)A<br />4)C<br />5)A <br />
  10. 10. See more:<br />Reference: http://www.thenational.ae/business/technology/skype-hooks-up-deal-with-qtel.<br />

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