Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Egyptian government approves issue of unified licences

By Total Telecom staff
Thursday 04 September 14

Release enabling incumbent operator Telecom Egypt to offer mobile services and fixed access for mobile players Vodafone Egypt, Mobinil and Etisalat Egypt was originally expected in June.

Egypt’s government on Wednesday approved the release of unified telecoms licences, clearing the way for operators in the country to offer fixed and mobile services for the first time, albeit more than two months later than planned. The government approval of unified licences means incumbent operator Telecom Egypt will be able to offer mobile services for the first time…

Egypt’s government on Wednesday approved the release of unified telecoms licences, clearing the way for operators in the country to offer fixed and mobile services for the first time, albeit more than two months later than planned. The government approval of unified licences means incumbent operator Telecom Egypt will be able to offer mobile services for the first time…

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