The commitment of Vodacom to the deed of adherence of the shareholders’ agreement as was reported to us by Vodafone Egypt confirms Vodafone Groups’ commitment to the strategic partnership with Telecom Egypt and the Egyptian market.
Egypt’s nation-wide developmental initiative Haya Karima announced signing a cooperation protocol to provide digital education in 100 schools in the countryside.
With several widespread environmental issues emerging today, the impact of corporate social responsibility is crucial to help in preserving the environment. With regards to sustainability, Vodafone Egypt is a key player and has a major role in creating a change with several environmental initiatives.
The share of MTIE hiked 11.56 percent or LE 1.30 to reach LE 12.55 after trading on 9.03 million shares with a turnover of LE 113.34 million.
The Majidah platform has succeeded to collaborate with more than 400 entities and 200 training centers in 2020 to provide employment and training opportunities to Persons With Disabilities.
Vodafone Egypt has won the public-private partnership award for the automation of the comprehensive health insurance system at bt100 Awards, Tuesday.
The source added that Vodafone International, which holds a 55 percent stake, also receives its share of profits, reaching about LE 5.94 billion.
Egypt Telecom and Vodafone Egypt signed an agreement in the field of messaging, infrastructure and distribution of profits in the presence of the Minister of Communications Amr Talaat.
The ruling also rejected all applications submitted by Vodafone and obliged it to pay the expenses and costs incurred by Egypt Telecom of about $440,000 before the arbitration.
Vodafone Egypt has launched its second Vodafone Talks session, in Cairo’s Greek Campus.
Vodafone Egypt was honored by “Business Today” magazine Monday night, February 29, during the 15th Annual BT100 Awards for its outstanding CSR initiative in the ICT sector.
The limit is now LE 50,000 per month and LE 10,000 per the daily transaction.
Vodafone Egypt achieved LE 4.5 billion ($0.25 billion) revenues in the first quarter of 2017, with a 25 percent increase year-on-year.
Telecom Egypt’s unreadiness to launch the 4G mobile services is one of the reasons why the service has not yet been provided.