Vodafone Turkey launches campaign for business subs

Vodafone Turkey launched a campaign in cooperation with local e-retail brands Teknosa, Media Markt, Saturn which is aimed at ‘Vodafone Eznaf’ corporate subscribers. Under the terms of the campaign, Vodafone Eznaf subscribers can earn a TRY 100 discount on all Media Market purchases of at least TRY 1,000. READ MORE: There is a 15 million housewives in Turkey; Vodafone Turkey launches…

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There is a 15 million housewives in Turkey; Vodafone Turkey launches prepaid offer for them

Vodafone Turkey is offering prepaid tariffs for women with the launch of the ‘Vodafone Gold Club (Vodafone altin kulup)’ programme whose aim is to bring the country’s 15 million housewives closer to the digital world. READ MORE: IDC Predicts Turkey’s Total ICT Spend Will Cross $22 Billion in 2017 These tariffs include all-round minutes and SMS, as well as a mobile…

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IDC Predicts Turkey’s Total ICT Spend Will Cross $22 Billion in 2017

“The digital transformation efforts of the country’s biggest-spending organizations will continue in 2017, albeit at a slower pace than initially planned,” says Nevin Cizmeciogullari, IDC’s country manager for Turkey. “The need for greater cost optimization – mainly due to constrained IT budgets – will also drive spending around software and IT services, while infrastructure spending in the telecommunications, finance, healthcare,…

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Turkey blocks social media again to stall protests – here’s how to access them

Turkey has once again blocked access to social media in an apparent effort to keep a lid on protests; many in the capital and elsewhere are demonstrating following the arrest of a number of opposition leaders. Twitter, Facebook, Whatsapp, and YouTube are reportedly blocked or at least being throttled to the point of inaccessibility, reported Turkey Blocks. The outage started…

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Turkish government revealed to be spying on its citizens through ISPs

Insider claims all ISPs in Turkey has used deep packet inspection to collect personal data, in accordance with the law since 2014. A cybersecurity reporter from Forbes, Thomas Fox-Brewster, made headlines in Turkey this week by revealing that Procera Networks engineers quit over the company’s products being used by the Turkish government to spy on its citizens. According to the leaked…

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