10 Jan Egypt: New CEO of Vodafone Egypt promises sustained investment in the local telecom market
The new chief executive of mobile operator Vodafone Egypt has discussed with Yasser ElKady, the Egyptian Minister of Information Technologies and Communications, the business plans and investments of the company in over the next few years. Alexandre Froment-Curtil (photo), a few days after taking office, was indeed received in audience on January 5, 2018 by the boss of the national sector of ICT and telecoms.
During the meeting, which was attended by Ayman Essam, Vodafone’s Legal and External Affairs Director, the new top telecoms executive promised the minister sustained investment to help improve access. people to telecom services and market development. He welcomed the improved economic conditions being pursued by the government to attract investors, considering them as assets that today allow telecom operators to exploit their full potential.
Taking advantage of this opportunity, Yasser ElKady unfolded to his guest, the ministry’s strategy to make the ICT and telecom sector a pillar of national growth. He challenged Alexandre Froment-Curtil on his expectations of telecom operators in terms of network coverage, quality and services, especially after the activation of 4 th generation technology.
Source: Agence Ecofin