Telecom Egypt unveils April cable upgrading scheme

Telco said that the upgrading process may affect the services in the centrals
Telecom Egypt unveils April cable upgrading scheme

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Telecom Egypt has announced its plan for April to continue fibre cables replacement instead of copper cables to enhance the quality of provided services.

The telco said that the upgrading process may temporarily affect the services in the targeted centrals.

According to the company, the replacement process will enable 4 million clients to communicate via fibre cables at the end of 2015.

Telecom Egyot said that the enhancement will cover targeted areas and centrals including west Cairo, new Cairo area, Giza city and areas such as Miami and Sidi Gaber. East Delta, central Delta, west Delta, Northern Upper Egypt, Central Upper Egypt, Southern Upper Egypt, Ismailia, and Suez are also included in the replacements.

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