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With the digital transformation accelerating, broadband is becoming a precious resource, guaranteeing good financial performance for many telecom companies. Well aware of this reality, Telecom Egypt and Sudatel are increasing their investments accordingly. Telecom Egypt and Sudatel Group, the incumbent telecoms operators of Egypt and Sudan, signed a cooperation agreement in the field of international connectivity...

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Since last year, the demand for high quality Internet connectivity in Egypt is no longer mainly expressed by urban populations. In the hinterland where we understood the importance of the Internet during the Covid-19 crisis, needs are growing. Egyptian Minister of Communications and Information Technologies, Amr Talaat, has announced that 1,300 villages will soon be connected...

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The considerable interest that Egypt’s state-owned telecoms company has shown in high-speed telecom infrastructure since 2018 is far from dulling. A new project is brewing in its Cairo offices. The incumbent telecommunications operator Telecom Egypt unveiled on Wednesday March 3 its ambitious project to connect Africa to Europe through a new hybrid fiber optic system, combining...

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Egypt intends to revamp its telecommunications and technology, through increased investment flows and cooperation with countries such as Belarus and increase the amount the industry contributes towards the country’s GDP. Buoyed by fast growth rates for the ICT sector in the past two years, the North African country is seeking closer cooperation with Belarus for...

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Three Egyptian mobile network operators (MNOs) that were confirmed to have secured new spectrum in the 2600MHz band in November 2020 will receive a first portion of the frequencies within three months. According to Daily News Egypt, which cites a ‘government official in the telecommunications sector’, Etisalat Misr, Telecom Egypt and Vodafone Egypt will receive...

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Vodafone Group announced today (21 December 2020) that its discussions with Saudi Telecom Company (stc) regarding the potential sale of Vodafone’s 55% shareholding in Vodafone Egypt have been terminated. Vodafone Group CEO Nick Read added in a note to the London Stock Exchange: ‘We believe that the Egyptian government is committed to an optimal framework for the...

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Egyptian mobile operator Etisalat Misr has agreed to acquire a 2600MHz TDD mobile broadband spectrum licence with 20MHz bandwidth at a cost of USD325 million, it was confirmed by the National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (NTRA). Last week, two other Egyptian cellcos, Vodafone and Telecom Egypt, issued statements confirming their new allocations of 2600MHz TDD frequencies under ten-year licences, with...

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The Egyptian telecoms regulator has awarded Telecom Egypt, Vodafone Egypt, Orange Egypt and Etisalat Misr new telecom frequencies. The resources, the total cost of which is estimated at $ 1.1 billion, will enable telephone operators to improve the quality of services. Telecom Egypt, Vodafone Egypt, Orange Egypt and Etisalat Misr have obtained new telecom frequency spectra...