Egypt readies to set price for fourth mobile license

From IT News Africa news alert Tue Feb 12 2013, 02:43:22

Egypt is officially gearing up for a new mobile phone operator's license, nearly two years after it had expected the fourth license to go through. State-run landline operator Telecom Egypt has shown...

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