The ADSL market attracted 100,000 new subscribers in November 2017, according to a report by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. According to the report, the number of ADSL users increased from 5 million in October to 5.1 million in November. Telecom Egypt’s subsidiary TE Data accounted for the largest share of ADSL users, …
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Egypt has nearly 100 million mobile phone users according to the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), but for what purpose do the Egyptians use their mobile phones? A recent report by the MCIT showed that about 87% of the Egyptians use their mobile phones to conduct and receive calls. The report relied on …
EGP 25.4bn the sector’s revenues during “April – June”
The Ministry of Investment holds talks with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology to develop a comprehensive investment plan through information technology (IT), according to a statement of the Ministry of Investment issued on Monday. Minister of Investment and International Cooperation Sahar Nasr and Minister of Communications and Information Technology Yasser Al-Qadi discussed on Sunday the mechanisms for implementing …
Usage of mobile internet declines by 0.17%, while ADSL increases by 3.3%
5.5% decline in number of landline subscribers
Internet users increase by 500,000 customers in June
EGP 13.8bn total investments in the sector over three months
Service cost declined by 36.3 % compared to 2015, says communications ministry
Internet users drop by 1.4% compared to the fourth quarter of 2015
Tourism accounted for 11.3% of GDP in 2011, but has been declining over the past five years amid political turmoil
Slight growth in mobile internet users and 190,000 new landline clients
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology says there are 4 million ADSL internet users in Egypt
41 central communication offices were closed, says Ministry of Communications
TE Data is not a monopoly and accounts for only 30% of the internet market, says Al-Qadi
6.3 million landline users: Ministry of Communications
Internet services cost $10.1 per subscription, while mobile phone services cost $2.8
By Mohamed Alaa El-Din Minister of Communications Khaled Negm said his ministry’s intervention to resolve Telecom Egypt’s (TE) recent crisis is not against the law. He added, in a statement to the Daily News Egypt, that the government owns 80% of the company’s shares, which allows it to intervene in order to redirect the company’s path. …
We plan to compete for executing the project in partnership with foreign partner, says Linatel Telecommunications CEO
Mobinil continued to regain lost clients for the second month in a row, with customer numbers growing to 33.7m users last December.
Consumer Protection Agency demands Egyptian Telephone Directory filter its database to cut down on fake companies
Project and initial tender worth EGP 650m by January, Integrated Solutions Group Chairman
We are working to erase obstacles facing investors by amending rules and regulations, says Ministry of Communications and IT
According to a ministry official, the Internet speed users will enjoy is expected to reach up to 25MB.
The number of indirect jobs the sector will provide is set to increase from 45,000 to 750,000 by the end of 2020, according to the official.
Government and sovereign agencies will obtain the ruling share of the national infrastructure of communications, Gamal El-Sadat, CEO of Etisalat Egypt, said.
Information Technology Industry Development Agency signed protocol with IFC to strengthen workers’ competitiveness in Egypt’s technology sector
Minister of Communications Atif Halmi says government seeks 10% growth in IT sector by end of fiscal year
The sales tax was initially introduced last December and amounted to 18% for mobile phone calls