Maltacom Maltacom Phones in Malta
Maltacom - Phones in Malta - Mobile Phone and Internet Services
Maltacom is now GO GO Phones in Malta
The undersea telegraph cable from Malta was first laid to Sicily in 1857 and to Egypt in 1868 by various operations which came to be consolidated in 1928 into one company which was renamed Cable and Wireless in 1934.
Telemalta - The Telemalta Corporation Act of 1974 created the Telemalta Corporation which was given monopoly rights as both the operator and regulator of all telecommunications services.
Maltacom PLC was created in 1997 and assumed the assets of Telemalta. The Government retained a 60% stake in Maltacom and sold 40% to the general public by 1998.
Mobisle Communications Limited - The second mobile communications licence was issued in 1999, to Mobisle Communications Limited, a subsidiary of Maltacom p.l.c. on condition that the parent company divest itself of its 20% share holding in Vodafone Malta Limited within six months of Mobisle's launch.
Mobisle launched its GSM network In late 2000, branded later as GO Mobile. In May 2006 the Maltese government sold its 60% stake in Maltacom to the Dubai Holding subsidy TECOM Investments.
Maltacom Group, Malta’s leading telecommunications provider, was renamed GO on June 12, 2007 . It signified the merger of the 4 brands Maltacom, Maltanet (an ISP), Multiplus (a DTTV provider) and GO Mobile.
GO provides voice, mobile, TV and broadband grouped as GO Business, GO Mobile and GO Plus. GO Business is aimed at the corporate market and includes fixed line, broadband and digital TV as well as in hosting and co-location services. GO Mobile handles both business and personal mobile services while GO Plus is all about the home with fixed line, broadband and digital TV.
TECOM Investments and Dubai Investment Group acquire Maltacom
Maltacom Group rebrands as GO
GO-1 is a submarine communications cable system that links Sicily to Malta, operated by the Maltese telecommunications company GO. - It consists of a single cable, laid in 1995, linking St George's Bay in Malta to Catania in Sicily. The other part is linking St Paul's Bay in Malta to Mazara del Vallo in Sicily, since December 2009
The Atlantic Cable and Submarine Telegraphy - Cable and Wireless. Atlantic Cable
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