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Illuminati Jews Exposed : Zain & all seeing eye of Lucifer, Dajjal beast 666

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Want to Subscribe? Sign In or Sign Up now! Zain Group, is a mobile telecommunications company founded in 1983 in Kuwait as MTC or Mobile Telecommunications Company, and was later rebranded to Zain in 2007. Zain has commercial presence in 23... Zain Group, is a mobile telecommunications company founded in 1983 in Kuwait as MTC or Mobile Telecommunications Company, and was later rebranded to Zain in 2007. Zain has commercial presence in 23 countries across Africa and the Middle East, with an estimated work force of 13,000 Zain has commercial presence in 23 countries with over 13,000 employees providing Mobile voice and Data Services to over 71.8 million active customers as at 30 September, 2009.[8] Its area of operations include 7 countries in the Middle East: Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon (as mtc touch), and Sudan. And in 16 countries in Africa: Burkina Faso, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia. Additionally, Zain owns 31% of Wana Telecom in Morrocco through a joint venture. One Network is the the worlds first, borderless mobile service offering over 64 million Zain customers in 21 countries favorable rates, free of high roaming charges for cross-border communications. It has fully changed the way people communicate with their friends, colleagues and family members while away from home. One Network is a cost-effective and convenient solution designed to fit customers regional and continent-wide communications needs by taking advantage of Zain Groups unique pan-Middle East and pan-African presence. One Network service revolutionized and replaced the concept of roaming in the following countries: Bahrain, Burkina Faso, Chad, Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Ghana, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait (data roaming only), Madagascar, Malawi, Niger, Nigeria, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. All Zain customers (pre-paid and post-paid) in any of the above mentioned African and Middle Eastern countries that are part of and using One Network will enjoy the benefits of being treated as a local customer of the visited country in terms of pricing, while retaining their home network service functionalities. Travelling Zain customers can make calls ad send messages at local rates and receive incoming calls free of charge. Pre-paid customers can also top up their phones with recharge cards bought from either their home country or more than two million outlets available in one of the 21 One Network countries. The One Network service is automatically activated upon crossing the geographic border into one of the countries, with no prior registration required or sign-up fee. Additionally, in the continuous efforts to grow and develop One Network, Zain announced in May 2009, the launch of cross-border data services across the Middle East and Africa on the award winning One Network platform. The data service is yet another demonstration of Zains commitment to expand One Networks revolutionary service in terms of geographical coverage and product offerings, this time by being the first mobile operator in the world to successfully introduce cross-border local GRX-based data access, an innovative technical solution which ensures faster access speeds at cost effective local rates than traditional internet roaming. Zain operating countries currently not in the One Network: Lebanon and Zambia. Zains operations in the Middle East and Africa will join One Network, subject to governmental and regulatory approvals. One Network Highlighted Features: