Etisalat Misr and Huawei expand collaboration

Egyptian operator eyes new service offerings after signing deal with Huawei
Representatives from Huawei and Etisalat Misr sign the agreement.
Representatives from Huawei and Etisalat Misr sign the agreement.


Egyptian mobile operator, Etisalat Misr, and Chinese telecoms vendor, Huawei, have expanded an existing collaboration agreement.

The new deal will allow Etisalat Misr to introduce new technologies and business solutions using Huawei’s technology in areas including mobile broadband, VAS, business-to-business, green energy, CRM, and FMC.

Saeed Al Hamli, CEO, Etisalat Misr, said: “Going to the market with a strategic partner like Huawei is of prime importance for our operations. We are convinced that Etisalat Misr customers will obtain immediate advantages from Huawei innovative and reliable technologies.”


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