Egyptian 3G subscribers to grow fivefold by 2012

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A new research report has revealed that the Egyptian 3G market is expected to grow five fold by 2012, as compared to 2007. According to reports, the 3G market, mainly operated by three operators, possesses huge potential for future growth. The 3G penetration level was less than 1 million at the end of 2009 but operators are investing heavily to …

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Egypt mobile subscriber base reaches 67mn

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According to Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Egyptian mobile subscriber base grew to 66.87 million at the end of November 2010, from 65.5 million a month earlier. In November 2009, Egypt’s three mobile operators, Etisalat Egypt, Mobinil and Vodafone Egypt, had 53.68 million subscribers.

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Egypt’s mobile phone networks restored

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­Egypt’s mobile phone networks have been able to resume their services after being ordered to shut-down their networks on Friday. Vodafone, France Telecom controlled Mobinil and UAE based Etisalat owned, Etisalat Misr were all ordered to block their networks in selected areas throughout the country. The move seemed to fail on the government though, as protests had been pre-arranged in …

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Egypt’s Telecom Growth May Slow: HC

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Cairo-based AlembicHC’s report has revealed that growth in Egypt’s telecommunications industry may be limited next year and beyond as mobile-phone revenue per user and the number of new subscribers decline. The penetration rate in Egypt is higher than it seems as real penetration is expected to reach 95% by the end of 2010. HC Brokerage, which issued the report, is …

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