Communications: Optical cable services target 100,000 homes in Baghdad at the end of this year
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Economy News _ Baghdad
The Ministry of Communications confirmed, on Monday, the possibility of providing 100,000 homes with the services of the national optical cable project by the end of this year.
The spokesman for the Ministry of Communications, Raad al-Mashhadani, said in an interview with the Iraqi News Agency and followed by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "more than 3,500 homes on the Rusafa side of Baghdad have been equipped with Internet services provided by the national project for optical cable, or the so-called (Fiber to Home)", Pointing out that
"the ministry started the project four months ago."
He added, "There are plans to equip 100,000 homes on the Rusafa side with the internet services provided by the project until the end of this year."
A spokesman for the Ministry of Communications indicated that "the ministry, next to Karkh, is working in full swing to expand optical cable services, support the national line at prices by calls, and provide a number of encrypted satellite channels," noting that
"the project provided great job opportunities for the unemployed."
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