CAIRO, Sept 22 Vodafone Egypt said on Thursday
it rejected the telecom regulator's fourth-generation license
offer, saying the license does not offer sufficient spectrum to
operate the services efficiently.
"After extensive analysis, Vodafone Egypt's Board of
Directors regrets to say that it believes the current terms and
conditions of the 4G license do not serve the interests of the
Egyptian citizen," the firm said in a statement.
Egypt gave companies that already operate in the country
priority in obtaining 4G licences but has said it will launch an
international tender should any of them decline the offer.
(Reporting by Ola Noureldin; Writing by Asma Alsharif; Editing
by Ahmed Aboulenein)