Safaricom goes toe-to-toe with banks

Safaricom spars
with banks

Telco launches savings
plan in Kenya.

Thursday, Dec 12th

Telecom Egypt awarded unified licence

Telecom Egypt  awarded unified licence.

Fixed-line monopoly Telecom Egypt finally received a unified landline and mobile licence from government on Thursday.

Subsequently, shares in the company were up in early trade after the announcement.

Earlier this year, Reuters reported that Telecom Egypt was asked to pay 2.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($360 million) for the mobile licence.

The country's three existing mobile phone service providers are Vodafone Egypt , Mobinil and Etisalat Egypt.

Egypt's Ministry of Communications and IT said last year that the country has 92 million mobile subscribers.

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