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September 21, 2016

Sprint Expands Network into the Middle East to Better Serve Enterprise Customers Doing Business in the Region

Sprint has officially launched an IP/MPLS node in Dubai to provide better service and easier, quicker connections for enterprise and business customers in the Middle East. Sprint continues to support more than 99% of its customer directly through its global backbone network, delivering best-ever service levels to our international customers.
 
To celebrate the opening of its expanded capabilities in Dubai, Sprint will waive all access installation charges on 36-month contracts through Dec. 30, 2016, for all access quotes within certain Middle East countries.
 
Sprint worked with Datamena (www.datamena.com), the pioneering carrier neutral data center and connectivity platform based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and servicing the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region, to host its hub location in Dubai. Datamena is providing colocation facilities to Sprint within the data center, built and managed to the highest global standard. With this new collaboration, Sprint will be able to offer a better overall experience to customers in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. 

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