Orange Egypt to provide SODIC’s customers with value-added services

EGYPT – Orange Egypt, a telecommunications services provider, has signed a cooperation agreement with Six of October Development and Investment Company (SODIC), to provide a variety of services that keep pace with the technological updates and development needed for residential compounds’ customers.

The services will provide them with value-added services that will contribute to the development of the real estate market and its lifestyle.

The agreement entails the provision of Orange Triple Play services; “high-speed Internet, IPTV and landline services”, in addition to the provision of IoT, Smart Homes, and Smart Cities services which rely on sophisticated infrastructure of fiber-optic cables that is cable to cope with the needs of SODIC residential and commercial projects.

This agreement is part of Orange’s strategy towards digital transformation in residential and commercial compounds while it also enhances its marketing and promotional opportunities with SODIC by providing integrated mobile and digital services while developing smart cities and smart homes programs for the leading real estate development companies in Egypt and the Middle East.

“We have equipped our projects with the most advanced technology infrastructure, which enables us to introduce the latest solutions that cater to our customers’ needs.”

Magued Sherif – Managing Director, SODIC

“We are very proud of our partnership with SODIC, as it is one of the largest real estate developers in Egypt and the Middle East, as we acknowledge the immerse and changing market needs and thus we are always keen to work and keep pace with the development of communications and information technology by providing various integrated solutions while providing our customers with unmatched experiences” Eng. Yasser Shaker, CEO and Managing Director of Orange Egypt, said.

Orange Triple Play services will provide SODIC residential and commercial projects and units with maximum speed of Internet connectivity, in addition to IPTV services that provide high-quality TV channels as well as voice services such as landline through a highly developed internal network.

“We have been always keen to provide our services to real estate developers in Egypt since we started providing the integrated Triple Play services in Egypt back in 2011,” Shaker said.

“We also pay great attention to develop infrastructure and data centers for compounds that comes as part of the company’s efforts to implement digital transformation in various sectors and fields.”

This advanced service from Orange will provide high-speed internet packages of up to 200 MB while allowing its customers to enjoy premium visual content services and encrypted channels.

Additionally, Orange will provide SODIC’s residents with a variety of smart home and smart cities’ programs and services which promotes the shift towards smart management in SODIC projects that reflects the company’s keenness to ensure the utmost quality of services to its customers while aligning with the state’s efforts and plans towards digital transformation

“We are excited to partner with Orange Egypt with its strong and proven track record, a strategic move that comes in line with our customer-focused approach to offer state-of-the art solutions to our residents that greatly improve their day-to-day experience and overall quality of life,” Magued Sherif, SODIC’s Managing Director said.

“We have equipped our projects with the most advanced technology infrastructure, which enables us to introduce the latest solutions that cater to our customers’ needs.”

Within the same agreement, Orange will also present telecommunications solutions to all the companies working within SODIC projects through providing them with Leased Lines services that provides high-speed communications to help the companies use the latest and most innovative quality of services that is based on IT and IoT in the most efficient and effect way.

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