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Monday, 15 July 2019

TE, Egypt’s Etisalat cooperate on virtual fixed line, bit-stream services

State-owned Telecom Egypt has signed four agreements with Etisalat Misr to allow the latter to provide virtual fixed line and bit-stream services to its customers through TE’s infrastructure, TE said in a press release (pdf). Under the terms of the bit-stream agreements, “Etisalat Misr will be able to provide its fixed broadband customers with the new VDSL [or very high speed digital subscriber line] technology.” No details were provided on the value of the agreements.

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