Egypt to offer unified telecoms licence in coming weeks
CAIRO Dec 5 (Reuters) - Egypt's telecoms regulator said on Thursday it would issue a licence allowing a company to operate fixed-line and mobile networks in the coming weeks, a move that would allow Telecom Egypt to offer mobile services.
Hesham el-Alaily, head of National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, said the licence was nearly ready. "We are in the final stages," he said at an economic conference in Cairo.
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