Ooredoo Tunisia

Ooredoo Tunisia is a private telecommunications company in Tunisia. Set up with capital of 330 million Tunisian dinars, it was founded on 11 May 2002. Ooredoo Tunisia is part of the Ooredoo Group. With over 7.5M subscribers, it is the largest operator in Tunisia.[1]

Ooredoo Tunisia
FormerlyTunisiana (2002—2014)
TypePublic company
HeadquartersLac 2 in Tunis, Tunisia.
Key people
Youssef Al Masri


Ooredoo Tunisia started commercial operations on 27 December 2002. Six months later, its mobile phone network covered 60% of the Tunisian population. As of June 30, 2006, it had more than 2.5 million subscribers and has now more than 5 million subscribers. As of 2005, the network covered 99% of the population. In early-2006, Ooredoo Tunisia launched GPRS and EDGE on the Tunisian market.

On 24 May 2012 the company secured licenses to deliver 3G and fixed services.[2] Tunisiana changed its branding to Ooredoo Tunisia on 24 April 2014.

The CEO of the company is Youssef Al Masri.[3]


  1. ^ http://www.ooredoo.com/uploads/pdf/Ooredoo_Annual_Report_2014_eng.pdf
  2. ^ (in French) "Tunisiana accède officiellement au club de la téléphonie mobile 3G", Kapitalis, 25 May 2012
  3. ^ Youssef El-Masri, nouveau directeur général de Ooredoo Tunisie, 'Kapitalis', 26 novembre 2015 [1]

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