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Etisalat Egypt continues to lose customers to competitors

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 …

Mohamed Alaa El-Din

Vodafone added 500,000 new customers in October 2017

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 …

Daily News Egypt

Visa and Carrefour aim to reward customers, expand card use in Egypt

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 …

Daily News Egypt

Nearly 2,000 Vodafone UK customers affected by cyberattack

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 …

Deutsche Welle

Worldwide economic instability instigates drop in metal prices

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 …

Hend El-Behary

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