Since Thursday, banks have granted customers the ability to open savings accounts free of charge, simply by providing a copy of their national ID card. The savings accounts are also exempt from administrative fees and are not subject to a maximum limit for their opening by new customers.
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The new personal loan is dedicated to customers with a monthly salary starting from EGP 2,600. The personal loan ranges between EGP 10,000 – 30,000. The loan offers customers repayment in fixed instalments over 12-36 months, and a full waiver of all administrative and assessment fees.
The number of Internet users through USB Modem devices increased to 3.58 million customers in October, while ADSL users increased slightly to 7.17 million in October
WATCH iT! has 1.5 million users and has a huge library of the most diverse services, containing more than 650,000 entertainment hours of movies, series, and programmes that suit all ages.
The financing is offered at 5% and 7% interest rates, as part of the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE)’s Mortgage Finance Initiative.
About 180,000 cars were sold in 2018, of which 60% were imported
Strong growth in numbers of USB modem users, mobile internet users decline
Etisalat Egypt continued to lose more of its customers in similar fashion to recent months. The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) report, showing data from December, showed that the company has lost nearly 500,000 clients to other competitors. According to the report, the number of Etisalat Egypt’s customers declined from 23.1 million in …
The number of mobile subscribers in the Egyptian market increased in October, as the sector added about 421,900 new subscribers. According to the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology’s indicators, the number of mobile service subscribers increased from 99.3 million in September to 99.8 million subscribers in October 2017. Vodafone-Egypt was one of the biggest …
The private sector acquires 59.6% of total credit facilities
Usage of mobile grows, while mobile internet declines
Usage of mobile internet declines by 0.17%, while ADSL increases by 3.3%
High expectations that foreign currency deposits will decrease while Egyptian pound deposits will increase by end of the month
Importers of medicines and commodities priced upon the US dollar’s official rate are the most affected; the government is facing the same problem
USB modem users decline, while usage of mobile internet rises
Orange attracted the most customers, Etisalat obtains only 2,800 new clients
The bank provides cash for foreign exchange only on condition of reviewing customers’ travel documents
Visa teamed up with Carrefour in Egypt to provide reward cardholders of participating banks with exclusive promotions and discounts. The move comes as part of the companies’ aim to expand electronic payment usage in Egypt, which currently accounts for less than 2% of all purchases, according to Visa statistics. The banks participating in the campaign …
Internet users increase by 500,000 customers in June
34.3 million internet users in May, says Ministry of Communications
80,000 new customers for ADSL, land lines lose 300,000 users
In the past four years, Jumia says it has reached its milestones with the support of 315 employees
2.8% decline in users compared to October
CIB-Egypt targets attracting more customers through e-services
Hackers have targeted mobile phone company Vodafone UK in a cyberattack that compromised nearly 2,000 customers’ accounts. The announcement comes a week after telecoms company TalkTalk was targeted in a similar attack. Vodafone UK announced Saturday that the mobile phone company was targeted by hackers, who gained access to 1,827 customers’ private data. “We can …
Modernising Mobinil’s mobile packet core caters to increasing demand for mobile-broadband services
Airline offered new services based on customer feedback
The prices of non-ferrous metals (copper, aluminium and lead)have dropped across international markets, after witnessing a slight rise last week, according to a report published by the Metallurgical Industries Chamber (MIC). The price of copper fell by $137, recording $8,156 per tonne on 25 September, compared to $8,293 last week. Aluminium prices followed suit, falling …