Egypt's Minister of Communications and Information Technology Yasser El Kady hailed Egyptian telecommunications provider Etisalat Misr for its contributions to the country's ICT sector in a meeting with Etisalat Misr CEO Hazem Metwally during a visit to the company's headquarters in April. The Minister paid a number of visits to ICT companies, aiming to underline the state's interest in sponsoring companies and investors in the Egyptian market.

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Digital resilience is key to enabling digital transformation as it empowers organizations, governments and defense authorities to manage security risks at acceptable levels, said senior Etisalat Digital executives at the recently concluded International Exhibition of National Security and Resilience (ISNR) in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

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UAE telecom brand du, part of Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), has launched new data roaming bundles, available for both individual and business customers. du customers who purchase a weekly roaming plan for AED 200 will receive 2.5GB; while 500MB per day is available from AED 35. For extended travel, du offers 6GB allowance at AED 500 or 15GB for AED 1000.

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The UAE's largest telecom provider, Etisalat, announced that it has further reduced its roaming rates for voice calls, SMS and data. Starting April 1st, 2018, Etisalat's prepaid and post-paid customers will get discounted roaming rates of up to 29% on data, outgoing voice calls to UAE, GCC and local destinations and outgoing SMS while traveling to any Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) country through any roaming partner.

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