Well well well, look who is here again? Yes, JWT. Vodafone’s Egypt client advertising agency JWT came this Ramadan with 2 different TV campaigns, one made by the Egyptian Olympic football team & the stupid "12 piasters."
The stupid 12 piasters TV ad which I literary until now unable to understand .. except the fact of showing as much TV stars, bragging they can buy them showing on TV making fun of themselves.. It sucks & humiliating.
However, for some reason, Vodafone Egypt & JWT can’t accept the fact they lost Al Ahly club sponsorship deal and since, they are fighting trying to keep their foot in the football business, even if they had to buy their way with cheap tricks or with dirty money. Al Ahly Club already on sponsorship with Etisalat (Vodafone’s competitor) and according to terms and agreement all Al Alhy’s stars are prohibited on showing on any TV/RADIO ads except to Etisalat..but that doesn’t seem clear enough to JWT, as they somehow persuaded Mohammed Al Kateeb (Al Ahly Club Vice Present) on show up on one of their TV ads. According to the agreement, Etisalat immediately escalated expressing their anger and threatens to take legal actions. Mr Mohamed El Katteb had to save the day trying to avoid Al Ahly being sent to court and instead he sent his registrations to Hassan Hamdy, but according to iHateVodafoneEgypt.com exclusive, Hassan Hamdy refused accepting his resignation and giving the chance for Etisalat to sue Al Ahly.
One more thing, Mohamed Barakat (Al Ahly Club football player) appeared on the stupid 12 piasters TV ad, is he also admitting his registration?
Hey, wait..that’s not the only sad/funny part, check out Youm7.com website, reporting about the incident without even dare to mention Vodafone’s name, not even a clue, nothing at all. wow advertising money can buy integrity. I hope you’re well paid Mr Kahled Salah.
Vodafone Egypt introduced its Contact List number modification app to the public, However the app came with few more "feathers" which I like to call it "SPAM/ADS"
Ops "The application Engezly (process com.emeint.android.myservice) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again"
Well I expected it. The app is buggy,keeps on showing such error & slows my HTC Sensation phone (Android 2.3.5 Sense 3.5)
In-terms of durability the app dose what its says "Phone Update" but hey, what about the other features..hmmm! Here comes in depth details reviewing the Android version which (kinda) identical to the iPhone version.
-Updates contact list
-Blocked to International Market (Stupid)
-Buggy & slows phone
-Most shortcuts calls paid services without notifications
-Number of users reported annoying MiniCall popups (toke them over 8 weeks to fix that on October 23, 2011 update)
App can be found at Android Market & iTunes Market
Developer house EME International