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60% increase in distribution network, Raya will open Mega Store Nasr City branch, says Megahed
It started with the TE administration’s objections to the reduction of the infrastructure rental rate for Internet service providers.
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. …
TE’s acquisition of licence means giving up EGP 20bn, revenues of next five years, says official
“We plan to present vocational training videos to qualify youth for the labour market,” says General Manager
The company started working through a paid capital worth EGP 77m, of which 75% belonged to Egyptian banks and entities including: Amlak Egypt, AlexBank, the Information Technology Development Fund, the Arab African International Bank, Raya Holdingand HSBC.
By 2020, LTE subscriptions are expected to reach 3.1bn, compared to 500m in 2014.
Fixed Internet acquires 7% of company’s profits
TE executives send letter to ministry accusing it of targeting company through “haphazard” steps
This phase of the campaign also targeted Internet companies and Telecom Egypt, in protest at hefty Internet prices and low-quality services.
There are important qualities and standards that phone companies seek in their customer service agents.
Etisalat Egypt also offered its clients the chance to pay online through a virtual credit card called Flous, in partnership with MasterCard.
Dr Hamdi El-Leithi, Chairman of Linatel Telecommunication, believes the mobile companies have recently heavily relied on the special customer services to provide added value to their customers, and to keep them on.
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
The report indicates that Egypt offers good technical support services and communication services, thanks to its manpower who can speak six European languages. Another important factor is Egypt’s low service costs compared to other countries
Project includes insuring clients’ lives and linking them to investment account
The movement specified the boycott time from 5pm to 10pm, and so far more than 25,000 users intend to participate.
CBE only covers requests for strategic goods despite lack of alternative local technological products, says importer
Line sales increased by 23% due to services for deaf customers
The report also stated that the most difficult challenge that faces e-commerce companies is their clients’ trust for online payment methods. 16% of the companies believe that users accept these methods, while 13% of the companies say that clients consider them unsafe.
Telecom Egypt’s history extends for more than 150 years, and being the first entity to provide communications solutions in the local market, it served as a liaison between Egyptian society and technological development. 1854 was the beginning of the telecommunications sector activity in Egypt and the establishment of the first telegraph line linking Cairo and …
Losses started with Mobinil entering the market, and licences should not be issued without the development of the operators’ infrastructure, says Abu Quraish
Management changes since 2000 have failed to make a breakthrough, says SSTE deputy head
Deterioration in relations with mobile companies is most prominent failure of former chief executive
By Mohamed Alaa El-Din and Aisha Zedan Many years were wasted in negotiations between the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and mobile companies on one hand, and the National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (NTRA) along with the four phone operators on the other. The negotiations aimed at implementing the unified license, but things got complicated, …
Service to be launched next month, targeting world covering with free internet, says one founder
Studies were conducted to lower Internet prices by next week
Cairo caught our attention for its need for smart transport solutions due to population density, says Khoury
Our target is to increase the company’s capital to reach EGP 250,000, says CEO
Flat6Labs is a startup accelerator programme that aims at encouraging entrepreneurs to establish their own companies.