Baghdad - INA
Ministry of Communications announced today, Sunday, that several decisions have been taken to improve Internet service in the country, confirming that more than 30 proposals have been submitted to state ministries and agencies, while indicating that they have reached a stage of 95 percent in the field of linking infrastructure.
Osama Al-Hamashi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Public Company for Communications and Informatics, affiliated to the ministry, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the ministry has taken important decisions regarding improving Internet service, including increasing capacities entering Iraq, as a result of reducing prices in exchange for increasing prices for companies providing the service."
He added, "Among the measures are taking practical steps, including the launch of the ftth for Zone 16."
In Iraq, there are fourteen governorates, as well as the Karkh and Rusafa areas in the Baghdad governorate, "noting that" this was announced through a public tender, and there will be an improvement in the Internet service in accordance with standards and conditions that ensure the service reaches all citizens. "