Telecom Egypt to offer 2G and 3G services through Etisalat Misr

Etisalat subsidiary offered better price than Orange Egypt, says TE CEO
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Telecom Egypt is going to sign a five-year strategic agreement with Etisalat Misr to provide 2G and 3G services through the Etisalat subsidiary, as reported by Reuters"We have signed a binding memorandum of understanding for local roaming with Etisalat Misr and the final signing will take place in 15 days," Ahmed El Beheiry, Telecom Egypt's chief executive officer said. 

El Beheiry added that Etisalat Misr offered a better price for the service than Orange Egypt.

Recently, Egyptian minister revealed that Egypt has prepared the wireless frequencies needed for telecommunications companies in the country to deliver 4G mobile broadband networks

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