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TE added 22,000 new customers to fixed-line services in August

Telecom Egypt (TE) added 22,100 new customers to its fixed-line services in August, according to a report by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology. The number of customers increased from 6.25 million customers in July to 6.27 million customers in August. Despite the growth in the number of customers in August, the number of …

Daily News Egypt

Mobile operators offer their voice services to TE 

Mobile phone companies offered their voice services to be used by Telecom Egypt (TE) in phases that are being agreed upon. TE is to offer mobile services this year. Sources told Daily News Egypt that mobile operators are currently negotiating with TE on the schedule necessary to cover the services to be provided by the …

Mahmoud Radwan

Orange appeals verdict compelling it to pay EGP 49m compensation to TE

Orange Egypt announced that it appealed the verdict issued against it on Saturday to pay a financial compensation worth EGP 49m to Telecom Egypt (TE) for the losses resulting from rerouting international calls. In its press release, Orange said that it is certain of the integrity of its legal situation and will take all necessary …

Daily News Egypt

Vodafone negotiates with TE to exchange services

Stefano Gastaut, CEO of Vodafone Egypt, said that the company is negotiating with Telecom Egypt (TE) to agree on national roaming and the exchange of services between them. National roaming is an agreement among operators to use each other’s networks to provide services in geographic areas where they have no coverage. Gastaut said that TE’s share …

Mohamed Alaa El-Din

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