17 April 2014

Angolan Telecommunication System Improves Lately

Huambo — The recovering of the Angolan telecommunication system, through various transmission resources, was stressed on Thursday by the director of Angola Telecom Company in the central Huambo province, Adriano Muteka Muholo, as one of the benefit of the political-military climate of stability in the country since the signing of peace agreement in 2002.

Speaking to Angop, Adriano Muteka Muholo said that the peace besides transmission via satellite also resulted in the recovering of the system, through optic fiber, micro waves, among other resources, which is allowing the increase of lines and a communication of quality.

The source stated as an example that in Huambo province, the recovering of the telecommunication system allows from 2002 up to the date, installing 17.000 lines of transmission, against the four thousand which existed before 2002.

Adriano Muteka Muholo stressed that this activities allowed the spread of the transmission network for all counties and some municipalities of the province, unlike previous years, which only benefitted the capital city of this region.

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