Latest in Tag: Telecommunications Highlight
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NTRA stresses importance of new digital portal for import, licensing services
A total of 1,336 communications sector companies, worth a combined EGP 1.34bn, were established in fiscal year (FY) 2019/20, according to Sherif Makhlouf, head of the Egyptian Junior Business Association’s (EJB) communication committee. According to the committee’s annual report for 2020, the number of mobile phone subscribers increased by 0.8% to 96 million in October …
Cellular, fixed and wireless broadband technologies are essential to support various companies, says Al Daftar
State precautionary measures, working from home contribute to increased Internet, phone use
Gas sector grew by 21.8%, meanwhile telecommunications sector grew by 16.5% during period from July to September
Without Facebook, Google, different social media platforms’ cooperation, there is no mechanism or methodology to determine costs of such ads, says expert
Increasing financial burden on consumers cuts their spending on mobile services: Ellaithy
CBE is at clear pace to push electronic payments sector: Sabry
EGP 25.4bn the sector’s revenues during “April – June”
TE ranks 170 amongst top 500 telecom brands
An official source at Nokia Networks in Egypt said that the company is working to provide services to the four mobile operators in Egypt: Vodafone, Etisalat, Orange, and Telecom Egypt. He told Daily News Egypt that the company has recently signed two contracts with two different companies, including Telecom Egypt, to carry out the development …
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology’s report disclosed that prices of telecommunication services increased slightly in the third quarter (Q3) of 2016 compared to the second quarter (Q2) of the same year, rising from $5.63 in Q2 to $5.64 in Q3. Mobile service prices also increased from $2.3 in Q2 to $2.4 in Q3, …
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology’s report disclosed that prices of telecommunications services (mobile and internet) declined significantly in the second quarter (Q2) of 2016 compared to the same period in 2015. According to the report, the cost of mobile services declined from $2.77 in Q2 of 2015 to $2.3 in Q2 of 2016, …
When consumers constantly upgrade to the latest smart phone, this carries a heavy environmental cost. Although recycling helps, the underlying problem is economic growth versus the environment. How can this be solved?
Egypt’s former minister of communications and technology Atef Helmy was named as chairman of Orange Egypt.
The Egyptian market is characterised by the availability of labour and well-trained technicians, especially in the outsourcing and software sectors, with Egypt classified as a major manpower exporting country.
The company stated it achieved 9.9% profit growth over Q1 of 2015, compared to last year
Trade exchange between Egypt and Ethiopia amounted to $35m, divided into $9.7m for total Egyptian imports and $25m for exports
Expanded plans for military in new company suggests security and privacy implications
Egypt is promising economy given increasing population, with greater Egyptian investments expected
Etisalat Egypt has repaid the last portion of the $300m loan it received from several banks in 2010 through premiums. The loan was fully repaid in 2014.
ITIDA and IBM launch 2nd phase of joint-initiative to help telecom SMEs enter new markets
The exhibition now takes place annually with major local and international telecommunications and information technology companies participating.
Smartphones leading source of growth in Egypt
Saudi Arabia’s STC topped the ranking with its brands worth $4.9bn, while Telecom Egypt and Mobinil ranked ninth and tenth
Reuters – Viva Kuwait reported a more than six-fold rise in annual profit on Monday as the mobile telecommunications operator increased its customer base by a third. The Saudi Telecom Co (STC) affiliate made a net profit of KWD 24.25m ($86m) in 2013, up from KWD 3.87m a year earlier, according to its website. Viva, which competes with Zain and …
Telecom Egypt chief executive officer Mohamed El-Nawawy comments on incorrect media reports
Minister Atef Helmy reviewed plans to implement an Automatic Vehicle Location system on Sunday.
Internet service provider managing director says government will not repeat 28 January’s nationwide cut-off of internet services
Government opens new technological projects in hopes of pumping more investment into domestic market