Zain rolls out Z10 BlackBerry packages

Updated 18 February 2013
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Zain rolls out Z10 BlackBerry packages

Zain KSA has launched its new Z10 BlackBerry mobile phone at all its flagships around the Kingdom. 
This step proves that the company continues to introduce the most advanced smart phones as well as the state-of-the-art technology to its postpaid and prepaid customers. 
 The company said the new device has been made available in both colors — black and white — without subscription fees through Mazaya packages. This allows subscribers to enjoy BBIM without subscription fees.
Customers can also obtain the device free-of-charge.
Besides, Elite customers can make calls, send SMS and use the Internet free of charge.
The company confirmed it is working on the introduction of unprecedented packages and offers to its customers so they can combine between the best services and prices, and strengthen their will by providing them with all options characterized with flexible packages and offers.
Zain KSA has made all communications channels available for its customers inquiries.


Kobe Steel posts first profit in three years despite data fraud scandal

Updated 27 April 2018
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Kobe Steel posts first profit in three years despite data fraud scandal

TOKYO: Kobe Steel, Japan’s third-biggest steelmaker, on Friday posted its first annual profit in three years, even after admitting to falsifying quality data, a scandal that affected hundreds of customers and hit Japan’s manufacturing prowess.
Kobe Steel reported profit of ¥63.19 billion for the year ended March 31, against a loss of ¥23.05 billion a year earlier.
The result was above its own forecast of ¥45 billion and an estimate of ¥49.56 billion among seven analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters.
The company predicted a ¥45 billion profit for the year to March 2019, compared with a mean profit forecast of ¥44.62 billion from six analysts.
Kobe Steel, which supplies steel and aluminum parts to manufacturers of cars, planes and trains around the world, admitted to supplying products with falsified specifications to more than 600 customers and admitted the data fraud has been going on for nearly five decades.