Saudi’s Tawal brings out innovative in-building solution to boost signal coverage

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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Saudi Arabia-based leading ICT infrastructure service provider, Tawal has developed an innovative in-building solution (IBS) as part of its product portfolio to strengthen mobile communication signal coverage.

The IBS product developed by Tawal’s Commercial Sector through the Services and Products Portfolio Department covers design, implementation, and operation phases to power up mobile communication signal coverage inside high-density public buildings like airports, hospitals, universities, stadiums, hotels, and malls where the signal can deteriorate. 

The product is developed in line with a benchmarking exercise on IBS solutions offered by other international tower companies. It gives a cost-effective solution and yet with enhanced technology options to support high-speed data services for the growing number of users. 

Abdulrahman Al Moaiqel 
Abdulrahman Al Moaiqel
CCO – Tawal

“We are pleased to bring our in-building solution product to the ICT market as part of our integrated solutions bundle that we offer to boost the infrastructure of the ICT sector in the kingdom. As a leading Saudi ICT infrastructure company that offers state-of-the-art ICT infrastructure solutions to supply a growing industry, our aim is to enable mobile operators to provide superior coverage for building landlords and real estate owners with cutting-edge technologies that extend uninterrupted network coverage towards an enhanced user experience.” 

The IBS product is based on an innovative business model with a distinguished technical modular structure along with flexible commercial solutions. It positions the Saudi group as a state-of-the-art ICT infrastructure provider.


Founded in 2019, Tawal is the first telecommunications tower company in Saudi Arabia and the largest in the region. The firm now owns a portfolio of more than 15,000 telecom towers across the Kingdom. Its core activities involve designing, building and managing consolidated telecom infrastructure facilities that enable state-of-the-art and modular connectivity.

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