MobiNil and NetCracker ink 3G management deal

January 13, 2009 at 18:49 Leave a comment

Egyptian cellco MobiNil has signed a deal with USA-based vendor NetCracker Technology which will see the latter manage the operator’s 3G network. Under the deal NetCracker will provide its Resource Inventory, Discovery & Reconciliation, and Design & Planning modules to provide an integrated view into their network operations. MobiNil has claimed the agreement will allow it to expand value added services offered on its network, as well as reducing costs. MobiNil is Egypt’s largest mobile operator by subscribers, with 18.9 million customers reported at the end of September 2008.

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