Dalsan Radio (Mogadishu)

Somalia: Fiber Optic Cable Installation Stopped After Disagreement.

The resident of Mogadishu would wait much longer than expected to enjoy fiber optic internet connectivity in the city.

This has come after a disagreement between two major companies thus DALCOM and Hormud telecommunication companies involved in the connection process concerning the distribution in Mogadishu.

Dalcom has been involved in the connection process for the last one year linking important areas such as Mogadishu airport and process which was expected to conclude mid of 2014 is now stopped following a disagreement from Hormud telecom side.

Government of Somalia intervention effort to mediate the two companies did not bear any fruit shuttering the dreams of many residents in the city in enjoying connectivity and according to economic analyst if two companies will not solve the issue amicably and allow the completion of the process there will much loss in several upcoming business depending on internet connections.

Dalcom which is alignment of various Somali telecommunication companies has spent more than 7 million US dollars in bringing fiber optic in Somalia coast.

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