Vodafone Egypt extends partnership with Ericsson

Ericsson to enhance network in Greater Cairo
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Ericsson has signed a three year managed services agreement with Vodafone Egypt, to deliver network field maintenance services and improve the quality of its network in the greater Cairo area.

Vodafone Egypt will improve the quality of its network in the greater Cairo area using Ericsson’s state-of-the-art technologies and innovations to achieve operational efficiency and boost network availability.

Osama Said, CTO Vodafone Egypt, said: “Ericsson has proved a steadfast partner throughout our years of partnership. With this agreement, we aim to achieve world class network quality with the most innovative solutions that best serve our customers’ needs.”

Rafiah Ibrahim, president at Ericsson Region Middle East, said: “Globally, Ericsson has signed more than 300 managed services contracts in more than 100 countries. By offering Managed Services to Vodafone Egypt, we aim to improve Vodafone’s network availability and quality through the use of our innovative technologies, enabling the Egyptian community to advance into the Networked Society future where everything that can benefit from connectivity will be connected. It is our privilege to handle this project for Vodafone Egypt.” 

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