The National Telecom Regulatory Authority (NTRA) has ranked Orange Egypt as first in the speed in data services according to Benchmarking Report No. 11 issued in May 2020. Four telecom operators – Vodafone, Orange, Etisalat, and Telecom Egypt (WE) were evaluated based on international standards.
Orange Egypt outperformed in terms of the quality of data services in 51 areas with an average speed of 32 Mbps. On the other hand, the closest competitor reached an average speed of 28 Mbps in 22 regions.
The NTRA report shows that Orange Egypt provides distinctive data services in all areas of greater Cairo, new urban communities in East Cairo, and certain areas in West Cairo.
In fact, Orange has been working hard to provide the best services to its customers especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.
On July 5, 2020, Orange Egypt has announced its cooperation with Tabibi Clinics to provide healthcare support to Orange’s customers including tele-consultations, setting appointments for home visits by a doctor, or for clinic visits. The telecom operator customers will receive a 25% discount for Tabibi clinic services. Khalil Abdel-Khalek, Co-founder and CEO of Tabibi 24/7 said, “The Orange- Tabibi partnership enhances the role of technology in modernizing the performance of medical services,” according to Daily News Egypt. “This collaboration activates the role of telemedicine in developing the current situation to provide the best healthcare services for patients”, he said.
For football lovers, Orange Egypt has announced the launch of a new digital platform called “HareefLaLiga” which aims to provide LaLiga Football League fans with news and updates.
Furthermore, the telecom provider has also collaborated with Misr El Kheir foundation aiming to support irregular workers’ families during Ramadan. Disinfectants and sanitizers were distributed to thousands of families across 17 governorates including Aswan, Luxor, Halayeb, Qena, and Beni Suef.