The Central Bank of Egypt has approved raising the share of Vodafone Egypt at the e-payment services provider Basata Holding for Financial Payments.
The National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (NARSS) received the first images from its remote sensing experimental satellite NexSat-1
With a mobile phone penetration rate of around 95% and an Internet penetration rate of 49%, Egypt is Africa’s ICT giant.
The cooperation covers video broadcasting scope, satellite communications, and digital technologies throughout the MENA region.
The initial signals from the experimental satellite were successfully received for the first time at the agency’s headquarters.
This significant achievement marks a crucial milestone in Egypt’s national space programme dedicated to advancing satellite technology
The cable will be connected to Western Europe through ground cables as well as to some Mediterranean countries, like Italy, Libya, Cyprus and Greece.
Revenues amounted to EGP 101.82 million last year, up 1.97% from EGP 99.85 million in 2022, according to the financial results.
Egypt’s giant telecom operator Telecom Egypt has raised the monthly prices of prepaid landlines by up to EGP 5.
Artificial intelligence applications and data center demands are poised for a boost, thanks to a new submarine cable connecting Egypt and Jordan.
Communications and IT Minister Amr Talaat underlined the depth of ties binding Egypt and India in the various domains.
The company called on startups and entrepreneurs to cooperate with Telecom Egypt (we) and develop applications for fifth generation technology.
The National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (NTRA) has signed a $150 million agreement with Telecom Egypt for a 15-year license to operate 5G
This move offers an opportunity for subsea cable owners by helping them reduce their construction costs as well as elevate latency.
Egypt's telecommunication and ICT sector is witnessing dynamic growth and transformation, marked by significant investments, technological advancement
Egyptian telecommunications companies have recently increased the prices of mobile recharge cards and selected prepaid plans by 10 to 15 percent.
Vodafone's team will evaluate these projects and provide sponsorship to ensure their alignment with the current and future demands of the job market.
Telecom Egypt intends to sell approximately 2,500 out of its 2,800 owned communications towers.
Large companies, especially those operating in the desert, and navigation sector, will be the first to benefit from this type of service.
The NTRA also directed service provider companies to compensate affected customers, in accordance with the general rules for compensation.