WAS#9 is proudly supported by the Malaysian Convention Bureau

Anam, Proud Host of WAS#9

8-11 April. Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

Anam is delighted to be selected by GSMA’s WAS leadership to host the prestigious WAS#9 event in Malaysia next April.

Anam set up its Asia headquarters in Kuala Lumpur in 2015 and we are really looking forward to welcoming WAS delegates to this wonderful corner of South East Asia. Malaysia is a founding member of ASEAN, the 10 state Association of South East Asian Nations as well as a member of the Commonwealth. Positioned just north of the equator the country has land border with Singapore & Indonesia to the south, Thailand to the north and is home to 30 million people. It’s vibrant capital is Kuala Lumpur with a population of almost 3 million.  The country (roughly similar in size to Germany) comprises two similarly sized regions, Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo separated by the South China Sea into and offers a diverse landscape mix of rainforest, mountains, caves and islands and which is home to an estimated 20% of the worlds animal species.  We do hope you enjoy your visit to Malaysia.

About WAS

The Wholesale Agreements and Solutions Group (WAS) is responsible for Operator-to-Operator and Operator-to-Hub interoperability (including Interworking and Roaming) to provide GSMA members with a consistent, reliable GSM service for members to offer their customers.

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Key Topics

The Wholesale Agreements and Solutions Group (WAS) develops roaming and interconnect agreement templates and wholesale charging principles.

Additionally, WAS supports GSMA programs and projects with the development of roaming and interconnect agreement templates and wholesale charging principles that are unique to the needs of these efforts, as appropriate.

What the Wholesale Agreements and Solutions Group Does

  • Develop and maintain roaming and interconnect agreement templates, solutions and charging frameworks as listed below:
  • Support of new prioritised projects and study of impacts;
  • Dialogue with GSMA leadership and provide recommendations on all matters related to roaming and interconnect;
  • Continuous improvements of official documentation