Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Egypt to get new mobile operator, announces 4G plans

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Thursday 03 April 14

Telecom Egypt will be able to acquire a unified licence for €260 million, but move into mobile will affect its relationship with Vodafone.

Telecom Egypt will pay €260 million for a licence to offer mobile services in the country under the new unified licensing regime unveiled by the telecoms ministry on Wednesday. Egypt's Ministry of Communications and IT published details of the new licensing plan on its Website…

Telecom Egypt will pay €260 million for a licence to offer mobile services in the country under the new unified licensing regime unveiled by the telecoms ministry on Wednesday. Egypt's Ministry of Communications and IT published details of the new licensing plan on its Website…

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