Steps to subscribe to the WE Pay service from Telecom Egypt 2022

yousef16 April 2022Last Update : 2 years ago
Steps to subscribe to the WE Pay service from Telecom Egypt 2022

The Economy website monitors the steps for subscribing to the WE Pay service from Telecom Egypt, which the company offered to its customers in Egypt.

WE Pay is a digital wallet that enables you to control your financial transactions. You can transfer, deposit & withdraw money, pay WE bills, utility bills (electricity, water, gas), send donations and other services easily and securely.

Now, you can deposit / withdraw money with WE Pay through Fawry outlets

How to subscribe

Visit the nearest WE store with your valid national ID and SIM card registered under your name.
Fill in the subscription form and sign it.

Download and install WE Pay app

Open the app and choose Activate Account.
Fill in your data including (Full Name – National ID No – Active WE Mobile Number), and accept the terms and conditions.
An SMS will be sent to your mobile phone to activate the App.
Create a new six-digit PIN number (do not use repeated digits, such as 5555). This Pin will be used in all transactions performed via the App.
Load the wallet and enjoy WE Pay services.

WE Pay services

Cash in / out

You can deposit & withdraw money through any of WE stores or Fawry Outlets.
You can deposit and withdraw money through ATMs of our partners (Bank Misr, National Bank of Egypt, Bank of Alexandria, Banque du Caire, United Bank of Egypt, CIB, QNB and Bank Audi).
Money Transfer

Send or receive money to/from any other e-wallet inside Egypt
Pay WE Bills

Landline bill
Internet bill
Mobile bill
Recharge mobile balance for yourself and others.
Pay utility bills

Electricity bills e.g.
North Cairo Electricity
South Cairo Electricity
North Delta Electricity
South Delta Electricity
Middle Egypt Electricity
Water bills e.g.
Cairo Water
Giza Water
Alex Water
Sohag Water
Gas bills e.g.
Petro trade
Pay Syndicates Subscriptions e.g.

Egyptian Medical Syndicate
Medical Union Health Plan
Egyptian Engineers Syndicate
Pay Clubs subscriptions e.g.

El Maadi Club
Palm Hills Club
El Shams Club
Smouha Sporting Club
Pay Traffic Services e.g.

Car Licensing Renewal
Traffic Prosecution
Receive License at Home
Pay Education Fees e.g.

Beni Suef University
Minia University
Ministry of Education
Zagazig University
Pay insurance installments e.g.

Egyptian Takaful
Misr Life Insurance
Pay Donationse.g.

Donate money through WE Pay to charity organizations.
Egyptian Food Bank
Misr ELkeir
Dar El Orman Foundation
Pay Tickets and Tourism Tickets e.g.

Egypt Air
Nesma Airlines
Air Arabia
Go Bus
Online payments

Financial payments/Banks

Valu company
Purchase via QR

Purchase & Pay using WE Pay by scanning merchant QR code.

Link your Bank Misr cards to load your wallet directly.

Transfer money from your bank account to the wallet.
General Terms and conditions

You must have a valid national ID and a WE mobile line registered under your name.
Maximum number for each national ID is 3 wallets on 3 mobile lines..
Maximum limit for the wallet balance: 30,000 LE..
Maximum limit for daily transactions: 30,000 LE.
Maximum limit for daily cash-out: 30,000 LE.
Maximum limit for monthly transactions: 100,000 LE.
Cash out fees: 1% (min. EGP 3)
In case the line is lost or stolen, you can suspend the service by calling 565 or visiting any of WE stores.
For more information about WE Pay, please call 565
Now, with WE Pay, you can transfer money to any mobile wallet in Egypt for free till 30 June 2022.

on the other hand The 2Africa consortium, comprised of China Mobile International, Meta, MTN GlobalConnect, Orange, stc, Telecom Egypt, Vodafone and WIOCC, announced today the first landing of the 2Africa cable – in Genoa, Italy. The landing sets the tone for more landings in the coming months as the cable is extended to a total of 46 locations by the completion of the project in 2024.

Announced in May 2020, the 2Africa subsea cable system together with its Pearls extension are designed to deliver seamless international connectivity to approximately 3 billion people, representing 36% of the global population and connecting three continents, Africa, Europe and Asia. At 45,000km, it will be the longest subsea cable ever deployed, serving communities that rely on the internet for services from education to healthcare and business, with all experiencing the economic and social benefits that come from this increased connectivity.

Vodafone, the 2Africa landing party in Genoa, has partnered with Equinix to land the cable directly into the Equinix Carrier Neutral Data Center (CNDC), with Retelit delivering the fronthaul. As with all 2Africa cable landings, capacity will be available to service providers in Genoa on a fair and equitable basis, encouraging and supporting the development of a healthy internet ecosystem.

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