Egyptian Government v Vodaphone

  Seth Haniel 15:45 03 Feb 11
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Mobile phone firm Vodafone has accused the Egyptian authorities of using its network to send unattributed text messages supporting the government.
The Paris-based Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development says that the government clampdown on internet services may have cost the Egyptian economy as much as $18m (£11m) a day or $90m in total

  sunnystaines 17:17 03 Feb 11

had their credit rating reduced today

  morddwyd 20:31 03 Feb 11

Isn't that what Vodafone is supposed to be used for, sending text messages, or is it only messages Vodafone agree with?

  morddwyd 07:13 04 Feb 11

Thanks for the clarification.

I really must try to keep up!

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