Addressing the media, Nedaa CEO Saeed bin Abed said: "The basic goal of Nedaa is to provide advanced, unified and secure professional radio communications to subscribers at relatively lower costs, using state-of-the-art technology and skills of competent and trained employees.
"The new corporation has been created to enhance internal communication between companies. It is highly secure as it uses advanced coding between the communicating parties.
"It is more cost-effective compared to other kinds of communication systems. More significantly, it can be used in remote areas when other communication modes are disrupted. It is an ideal solution for companies in oil and gas, courier, restaurants delivery, taxis, factories, real estate sites, government departments, airports, free zones and tourism agencies."
Nedaa currently operates over 70 wireless stations, most of them located in Dubai and Northern Emirates.
The service allows subscribers to make group calls at low costs.
Nedaa provides tracking system for companies like taxi operators. People can also send text messages through the system.
As the service is coded, it allows the subscriber to block other users if there is something confidential in the same organisation.
Nedaa focuses on providing an advanced wireless communication network to prevent disruption of communication networks during natural disasters or emergencies. It also guarantees quality of service, especially during disasters.
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