Telecommunication

"Coming together is a Beginning, keeping together is Progress, working together is Success."

Oger Telecom's shareholders encompass a rich tradition of wealth creation, credibility and full transparency. From these same traditions and corporate cultures, Oger Telecom is growing in every way.

With over 30 million subscribers under management, Oger Telecom is young and full of vim. Oger Telecom is a smart investor, a qualified manager and a community 'friend'. Our long-term strategy coupled with a smart conservative investment plan is both viable and practical.

Established in 2006 and based in Dubai, Oger Telecom is a leading emerging market telecommunications service provider managing approximately 42 million lines; with integrated operations in Turkey (55% stake in Turk Telekom) which in turn controls 81% of Avea (third mobile operator in Turkey) and mobile operations in South Africa (75% stake in third mobile operator Cell C). Oger Telecom also owns a major regional ISP (Cyberia) which operates in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Jordan.

For more information: www.ogertelecom.com

Turk Telekom has been presenting the contemporary communication media to its customers with excitement since 1840. Turk Telekom Group, the leading communication and convergence technology group in Turkey, provides integrated telecommunication services from PSTN and GSM to broadband internet. As of December 31, 2012; Turk Telekom group companies have 14.3 mn Fixed Access Lines, 7 mn ADSL Connections and 13.5 mn Mobile Subscribers. Group companies have a modern network infrastructure covering the whole country and offer a wide variety of services to residential and commercial customers all over Turkey. Apart from 90 % shares in Avea, one of the three GSM operators in Turkey, Turk Telekom owns 100% of wholesale data and capacity service provider company Pantel International AG and its subsidiaries, 99.9% of broadband provider TTNET, convergence technologies company Argela, IT solutions provider Innova, online education company Sebit A.?., online gaming company Sobee and call center company AssisTT. Turk Telekom also has an indirect minority share in Albtelecom, the Albanian incumbent telecom operator. 55% of Turk Telekom shares belong to Ojer Telekomunikasyon A.?. and 30% belongs to Turkish Treasury. The remaining 15% is publicly traded. Turk Telekom shares are listed in Istanbul Stock Exchange since May 2008.

For more information www.turktelekom.com.tr

Cell C's mobile data services are offered via various technologies (3G, HSPA+, EDGE, and with the recent addition to the network, LTE). Mobile messaging services provide customers with basic short message service (SMS) and multimedia message service (MMS) capabilities enabling customers to send media including music, photographs and videos from their phones. Cell C also offers USSD services (including call back and balance enquiries). The Cell C device portfolio consists of a comprehensive range of mobile handsets, routers, PC's, tablets and USB modems. The demand for internet services is growing as smartphones become more accessible and customers are becoming significantly more dependent on their mobile handsets for communication, lifestyle and social networking. Cell C offers the latest technologies bundled with complementary products and services to cater for these requirements.

For more information www.cellc.com.za

Cyberia is a regional Internet Service provider with operations in Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Jordan. Cyberia has its headquarters in Riyadh - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and has experienced great success in providing Internet Services for the region. Cyberia is owned by Oger Telecom, a fixed-line, mobile and internet services telecom operator with over 40 million customers under management. The Saudi Telecom Company owns 35% of Oger Telecom.

In 2006, Cyberia announced 25% ownership in Abdali Communications Company (ACC), the telecommunications arm of Abdali Investment and Development which is developing a huge complex in Abdali - Amman's new downtown. ACC will be the first company in Jordan and the region to have Triple Play ready infrastructure for the provision of telephony, Internet and video services through fibers going into the heart of the homes and offices.

Cyberia designed a scalable network and applications that can offer a consistently high quality of services to a rapidly growing customer base. In spite of its rapid growth, it is one of the few ISPs that have insignificant network downtime. As part of its long-term strategy of associating its brand with quality, the Company adopted a policy of maintaining high quality. It developed its own proprietary solutions that allowed it to achieve this objective as evidenced by its current success as the leading provider of Internet services in the region.

A Dynamic Team of Skilled Individuals

Cyberia is led by a professional, innovative, and dynamic management team that consists of several operational executives and able technical experts who work jointly to manage operations. This has allowed the Company to adequately oversee every aspect of its dynamic business during phases of rapid expansion. This team approach will be increasingly important as the Company's scope of work continues to grow.

For more information www.thisiscyberia.com

Saudi Oger Ltd. has been engaged in telecommunications in Saudi Arabia since 1994. It is the first private company in the Kingdom active in GSM, through its Operations and Maintenance contract with Al Diwan, which includes a full network (MSC/BSC/BTS), in addition to other land mobile systems and paging systems.

Saudi Oger Ltd. has been actively involved in fibre-based broadband networks in the Kingdom and handles installation, operations and maintenance contracts for various fixed telephone networks (around 200,000 lines), including all related systems and facilities. Saudi Oger also manages mobile/fixed satellite communications services for both voice and data.

Saudi Oger Ltd. has been involved in the installation and operations and maintenance of various communications and low current systems for airports, hospitals, government complexes and other public facilities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.