30 December 2012

Somalia Gets 3G Mobile Service

Mogadishu — Hormud telecommunications, one of the leading telecom companies in Somalia has added its telecom services, 3G mobile services which gives users a secure and fast connection to both the mobile internet usage.

Abdi Hakin, a head of Hormud sales department, said that users and clients in Somalia could get this service with very low rates.

Chairman of Hormud telecommunications or Hortel, Ahmed Mohamed Yusuf who spoke at the launch of this new service , said that it is first time that such mobile service reached Somalia and it would benefit the Somali people.

3G, short for third Generation, is a term used to represent the 3rd generation of mobile telecommunications technology. It is lso called Tri-Band 3G.

3G Finds application in wireless voice telephony, mobile Internet access, fixed wireless Internet access, video calls and mobile TV.

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