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Which mobile operator has largest 4G, 3G, 2G coverage?

The four mobile operators—Vodafone, Orange, Etisalat, and We—have all started offering 4G services starting in October. Noteworthy, the number of subscribers of mobile services in Egypt is estimated at 99.1 million. Since 4G services were launched in Egypt, companies have raced to provide the best 4G services, but which company is truly the best in …

Daily News Egypt

Orange to provide 4G network services within 3 months

Jean-Marc Harion, the CEO of Orange Egypt, said the operator would obtain the licence to launch 4G technology within three months. He noted at a roundtable meeting held on Wednesday that neither Orange not any other company has yet received the 4G network licence. He said that providing a Long-Term Evolution (LTE) network is not …

Hisham Salah

Orange awaits 4G frequencies to launch new services

Jean-Marc Harion, CEO of Orange Egypt, said that the launch of 4G services in Egypt will contribute to easing the pressure on 3G and 2G frequencies, and improving the quality of services provided to its customers. He added that Orange’s current mobile network speed reaches about 32 Mbps, while it reached more than 100 Mbps …

Mohamed Alaa El-Din

Vodafone negotiates with TE to exchange services

Stefano Gastaut, CEO of Vodafone Egypt, said that the company is negotiating with Telecom Egypt (TE) to agree on national roaming and the exchange of services between them. National roaming is an agreement among operators to use each other’s networks to provide services in geographic areas where they have no coverage. Gastaut said that TE’s share …

Mohamed Alaa El-Din

Would Telecom Egypt repeat mistakes of MSAN in 4G?

An official in Telecom Egypt said that he was worried his company would repeat the mistakes it had made while installing the multi-service access node (MSAN) during the past two years, as it did not lead to improvement in any landline or internet network. Many customers had been outraged because their phone numbers were changed …

Mohamed Alaa El-Din

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