Ericsson says Egypt needs more investments to enhance telecom services

A senior official at Ericsson has said that Egyptian telecommunication networks need development through additional investments to as to enhance coverage at all regions of the country.
Isil Yalcin, Ericsson’s North Africa director, told Al-Masry Al-Youm that telecommunication services in Egypt are good in some areas and weak in others, which requires more investments.
Yalcin, who was speaking on the sidelines of the international conference by the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, said while Egypt’s GDP is low, some social classes enjoy a higher than average income, which, she said, requires mobile phone providers to offer services that suit all social categories in terms of income.
Yalcin voiced optimism for the future of communication industry in Egypt given the fact that the youth are the most common users of the services, therefore promising a bigger market in the future.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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