Check out the latest digital edition of CommsMEA
The June – August issue of CommsMEA brings you the latest news from the Middle East and Africa’s telecoms sector, as the region continues to come to terms with the ‘new reality’ of the Covid 19 pandemic
Orange Egypt and Avaya boost distance learning initiatives, as Egypt ramps up response to Covid19 pandemic
Orange Egypt and Avaya collaborate to enable distance learning in Egypt as schools and universities close
Orange launches financial services in Morocco
Orange now offers financial services and products in eighteen distinct markets
Customer loyalty goes hand in hand with Africa’s digital transformation
CommsMEA spoke with Aminata Ndiaye, VP of Digital & Customer Experience at Orange Middle East and Africa, to find out how France’s biggest telecoms operator is evolving its service offering to enable digital transformation in Africa
Ericsson fast-tracks Orange’s digitalisation in Egypt with digital billing platform
The project is one of the biggest Ericsson has completed in Egypt
Orange picks Nokia and Ericsson for 5G in France
Orange is present in 26 countries across Europe and Africa but France remains its biggest market to date
Orange’s new subsea cable will boost connectivity and offer unique research opportunity for volcanologists in the Indian Ocean
The FLY-LION3 cable will connect the remote islands of Mayotte and Grande Comore, whilst offering research scientists a unique insight into the seismic activity of the region.
Orange and Proximus forced to delay shared 5G network in Belgium
The pair had been due to begin work on a shared 5G network but rival telco Telenet has objected on the grounds that it would reduce competition in the sector
Orange opens new Middle East and Africa HQ in Casablanca
Orange is present in 18 markets across Africa and the Middle East and has over 125 million customers in the region