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The new frequencies will not be delivered to mobile operators until they finish updating the network, to ensure the efficiency of the new frequencies.
Abdullah said that Vodafone Egypt will not need loans to pay for the new frequencies, with the payments to be divided into a 50% down payment, paid in US dollars. A further payment of 25% of the value will be paid after a year, with a further 25% paid after another year.
According to an NTRA source, Vodafone submitted a bid to obtain a 40 MHz package, while Telecom Egypt (TE) requested a 20 MHz package.
The source added that the new frequencies will be offered to Vodafone, Orange, Etisalat, and We in the form of an auction.
Ayman Essam, head of corporate government relations at Vodafone Egypt, said that his company has made an official request to the National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (NTRA) to obtain additional frequencies. “The frequencies we have already obtained are sufficient for the current generation of 4G services, however, we will need new frequencies for the next two …
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