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TE is now a mobile carrier, what’s next?

The telecommunication market in Egypt has its eyes set on the National Telecom Regulatory Authority (NTRA) meeting on 1 October. It all looks complicated now that the three mobile operators—Vodafone, Etisalat, and Orange—have declined the 4G licence; but Telecom Egypt (TE) has decided to go through with the purchase, making it an integrated telecommunication operator. …

Mohamed Alaa El-Din

Would Telecom Egypt repeat mistakes of MSAN in 4G?

An official in Telecom Egypt said that he was worried his company would repeat the mistakes it had made while installing the multi-service access node (MSAN) during the past two years, as it did not lead to improvement in any landline or internet network. Many customers had been outraged because their phone numbers were changed …

Mohamed Alaa El-Din

Mobinil plans to increase capital next year: CEO

In an interview with Daily News Egypt, Mobinil CEO Yves Gauthier discussed the latest developments regarding the company’s debt restructuring process. Gauthier also tackled the status of and challenges facing the telecom market in Egypt. How does Orange International evaluate the telecom market in Egypt? It’s a big market, the country has around 90 million …

Sara Aggour

Salem resigns from TE, despite calls for him to stay

Mohamed Salem, Chairman of Telecom Egypt (TE), has resigned, despite attempts to convince him to remain, according to Osama Yassin, Managing Director, CEO and board member of TE. Yassin added that he has yet to hold a meeting with the Board of Directors to discuss Salem’s resignation. Salem took over the Board of Directors’s chairmanship …

Daily News Egypt