Vodafone Egypt launches ADSL services

Monday 16 June 2008 | 15:28 CET | News
Mobile operator Vodafone Egypt is moving into the fixed-line market with the launch of ADSL services. The company said it will offer high-speed services for both residential and business customers. The service comes with a locally developed router and free installation. Vodafone Egypt is a joint venture of Vodafone Group and Telecom Egypt, the country's incumbent fixed-line operator which already serves over 260,000 ADSL subscribers.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Vodafone Egypt
Countries: Egypt
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