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mustafabay Posts: > 500

I haven't seen too many egyptians around esato, but if there are any I'd like them to unite here. If nobody shows up I'll just have to hold a monologe till sombody does:-)
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Posted: 2005-02-22 10:24:14
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BobaFett Posts: > 500

Salaam! Are /// fones still in usage in egypt? Sukran.

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Posted: 2005-02-22 13:49:16
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OluYom Posts: > 500

@mustafa: Regards to the people of Egypt from the Proudly Nigerian thread.

Tell us a little about GSM services in your country. Also, which manufacturer has the strongest footing in the land of the great pyramids?
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Posted: 2005-02-22 16:25:00
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govigov Posts: > 500

Alekum islam! Regards to all egyptians from the SE india thread. Perhaps you could tell me about the curse of the tomb of tutakamen, is it true?
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Posted: 2005-02-22 17:10:00
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mrao Posts: > 500

Salaam..Warm welcome to everyone in the Egyptian thread.
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Posted: 2005-02-23 03:48:31
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brix25 Posts: > 500

Greetings from all at the South African mobile discussion. I know Egypt is one of the biggest mobile markets on the African continent.

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Posted: 2005-02-23 04:59:48
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mustafabay Posts: > 500

Walaikum-issalam everyone.
Ok one quetion at a time. Yes all phones are still in use in Egypt. People don't throw away phones,they sell them. You can find almost any phone still in use. A2618, 3210, 5110, T10 anything.
We have a nice big duopoly here in Egypt, Mobinil and Vodafone. Last year they jointly bought the third license since nobody else in the world seemed interested. The compition is very funny here in Egypt because there is a goverment agency that has to approve anything companies want to do, so basically you get the exact same offers from both companies and its just amatter of do you want orange or is red your color. Vodafone leads intech but Mobinil has more subscribers, although the gap is usually about 500000 subscribers and I don't think its going to change soon. The compitition is so laughable, Voda announces Vodafone Live!, 6months later you get Mobinil Life, and of course in arabic they're spelled the same

Yes, I suppose we're one of the biggest markets in Africa but thats of course because we're one of the biggest populations too. To bad we mostly just buy nokias

And still no Egyptians here.

[ This Message was edited by: mustafabay on 2005-02-23 09:20 ]
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Posted: 2005-02-23 10:17:33
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mustafabay Posts: > 500

This monologue is very fun. I should talk till my jaw is stiff (or my fingers).
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Posted: 2005-02-23 16:09:19
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govigov Posts: > 500

Interesting situation. There is no place for a 3rd player if monopoly/duopoly exists. May be thats why?
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Posted: 2005-02-23 16:45:00
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brix25 Posts: > 500

Quite strange that there's is a duopoly in Egypt...I think Orascom is one of the biggest telecoms company's on the continent but they're focusing mostly on the Middle Eastern market.

Explain how it's possible that the two existing companies bought the third licence...that's quite bizarre.
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Posted: 2005-02-23 18:36:15
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