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From Leila Alwei to Ahmed El-Sakka, Dura Zarrouk, Hakiem, Menna Shalaby, Mahmoud El-Essaily, Isaad Youness, Ashraf Abd El-Bakky and Sherien, the campaign features an unprecedented combination of local artists
80,000 new customers for ADSL, land lines lose 300,000 users
Egypt’s three mobile operators undergo 14,000 online streaming tests, says NTRA
Orange provides the lowest-quality voice services, while Vodafone has the lowest mobile internet performance, says NTRA
Etisalat rated best, Orange worst in terms of number of dropped calls, says NTRA
Etisalat is the worst in mobile internet in January 2016 report
Etisalat and Vodafone lose 100,000 clients each
By Muhammad Alaa El Din Etisalat Egypt’s revenues declined over the past nine months to $898.5m, compared to $953m during the corresponding period last year, acquiring about 8% of the total revenue, according to financial indicators of Emirates Telecommunications Corporation, listed in the Abu Dhabi stock market. With these revenues, the company’s branch in Egypt …
Etisalat Egypt targets EGP 10bn investments over next five years, allocates EGP 2.5bn per year to improve network’s service
Etisalat Egypt has acquired 19% of the Emirates Telecommunications Corporation (ETC) revenues
TE’s acquisition of licence means giving up EGP 20bn, revenues of next five years, says official
This phase of the campaign also targeted Internet companies and Telecom Egypt, in protest at hefty Internet prices and low-quality services.
Despite Vodafone’s top place in the mobile service operators market, the company acquired second place in terms of the spread of the company’s customer service branches, which reached 203 branches
Mobinil continued to regain lost clients for the second month in a row, with customer numbers growing to 33.7m users last December.
Group posted footage of alleged members burning the Talbiya traffic checkpoint in Giza
We increased infrastructure investments by 40%, says Al-Hegazy
Telecom Egypt solely aggrieved from delayed offering of unified licensing system
Mobile operator companies have the right to be given a licence for fixed phone services in return for paying EGP 100m.
The three mobile service operators have agreed to the licence’s terms for offering landline services
Vodafone and Mobinil deny 10% increase in telephone calls’ prices
The two telecom firms announced the deal following a meeting attended by more than 70 regional representatives, including Etisalat Group’s chief technical officer, Hatam Bamatraf.
Q1 profit AED 2bn vs AED 1.8bn a year ago
It has been waiting to launch a new mobile operation that would complement an existing joint venture with Vodafone and compete with the sector’s two other players.
The last major IPO on the Egyptian exchange was in 2010.
Etisalat’s 2013 full-year net profit rose to AED 7.08bn from AED 6.74bn a year earlier.
The three mobile companies pay nearly EGP 1.5bn annually to the NTRA in return for licences granted, in addition to the 1% of total revenues paid to support the Information Technology Industry Development Agency, or “ITIDA”.
We have been working with the three major mobile operators on projects ranging from network optimisation to device design and production: Qualcomm
Three major mobile operators are suspected to have engaged in a “cartel agreement”’ in an effort to inflate prices
Etisalat is the bigger player in both of these segments and is seen by analysts as having more to lose from the introduction of the service.
Roaming charges for Egypt’s three main mobile service providers remain relatively equal