For the purpose of offering the best services that address their customers’ needs and serve their interest, Telecom Egypt and Etisalat Misr signed four agreements to provide virtual fixed voice and bitstream services to the Egyptian market.

Read more: Leading Egyptian telcos partner to best serve customers’ interest

During an inspection tour on Thursday, H.E. the Minister of Communications and Information Technology Eng. Abdullah bin Amer Al-Swaha oversaw the readiness of the STC services and network, especially those related to 5G technology, which launch for the first time in the region.

Read more: STC readies itself for Hajj with 5G offerings

Etisalat Digital, in partnership with First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB) and Avanza Innovations, have developed UAE Trade Connect (UTC), a new nationwide platform that will use the latest disruptive technologies to digitise trade in the UAE. The initial phase will focus on addressing the risks of double financing and invoice fraud before turning to other key areas of trade finance.

Read more: Etisalat collaborates with 8 banks on new Blockchain platform

Etisalat Digital is collaborating with Microsoft as its strategic partner in the UAE, to provide government entities, large enterprises, and small and medium enterprises with state-of-the-art digital solutions and enable transformation based on Microsoft Cloud services.

Read more: Etisalat Digital encourages customers to move to the cloud

du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), announced the launching of the UAE’s first 5G-ready WiFi router which aims at provide ultra-fast browsing speeds. The innovative wireless 5G terminal device from ZTE is available to customers with zero upfront, starting from AED 210 per month. Combined with one of du’s data SIM plans, consumers can take full advantage of blazing fast speeds for numerous devices.

Read more: du offers consumers first 5G-enabled WiFi router in UAE

Telecom Egypt announced a new shift in its fixed broadband offering in line with its large project to develop its network capabilities and improve the quality of internet services in Egypt. As a result of the completion of the first phase of the project in June 2019, the company raised the maximum speed of its internet bundles to start at 30Mbps instead of 5Mbps, allowing customers to enjoy the maximum internet speed allowed by the network for their lines for two months without any price increase. Telecom Egypt has also increased the packages’ quota to cater to the increased usage resulting from the higher speeds, offering its customers a lower price per GB.

Read more: Telecom Egypt completes first phase of its network capabilities’ development project

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