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NorthTelecom is pleased to welcome Malaysian based leading telecommunication company ScopeTel as part of NorthTelecom Group.

This agreement with ScopeTel further strengthens NorthTelecom's position in the APAC market. The combination of ScopeTel's many years of experience in the Oil & Gas and Maritime Telecommunication with NorthTelecom's World Class Satellite services and solutions will provide our clients and partners the very best level of service above all else.

This partnership is expected to result in greater efficiency and significantly increase our market share and footprint.

NorthTelecom will use ScopeTel's brand recognition in the APAC region to provide top quality service to our clients in that market.

ScopeTel, which will continue to operate under that name, is now officially part of NorthTelecom group.

As with all important business decisions, we will work closely with our clients, partners and employees to make this integration as smooth as possible. Of course, in the meantime our clients will continue to receive the same high quality service, which they have come to expect.

Visit NorthTelecom and ScopeTel stand at CABSAT (G720).
www.northtelecom.com
www.scopetel.com.my