Communications announces the closure of the shock operations file and identifies an alternative to landlines
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Today, Monday, the Ministry of Communications announced the closure of the shock operations file permanently,
while revealing the areas of work of the “Viber to Home” service in Baghdad and clarifying the advantages of the service, noting at the same time that Iraq has advanced to the 47th globally in the field of improving Internet services.
The ministry's spokesman, Raad al-Mashhadani, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA) in response to a question about operations to combat Internet capacity smuggling: "The shock operations file for combating internet capacity smuggling has been completely closed after referring the accused to the Iraqi judiciary."
Regarding the problem of interruptions, he explained that "there is a discrepancy in the number of towers within the lines carrying the Internet service in some areas, which leads to a partial halt as a result of switching modern switches."
With regard to the Viber TomHome service, he indicated that "the number of subscribers for this service and the landline phone on the Karkh side has reached from 55 to 60 thousand subscribers," noting that
"these services were provided by the Ministry of Communications within the amended plan for the year 2021-2022."
And he continued, "Work on the Iraqi national project for optical cable and the Japanese loan project began in many areas on the Karkh side," explaining that
"the ministry does not have ground switches and it has Fiber to Home, which is the alternative to that phone, as it provides two hairs, one for image and download (Download) and open A number of TV channels and the second hair is to improve the purity of the sound to become very good."
Al-Mashhadani confirmed that "the project was implemented in Baghdad, next to Karkh, in the areas (Al-Jamaa neighborhood, Al-Adl neighborhood, Al-Ma'alif, Al-Mansour and Al-Daoudi)", pointing out that
"after completing this project in Baghdad, there will be additional projects."
He pointed out that "there are pressures from companies and intense media campaigns for some companies to refuse this service because it is cheap," noting that
"the cost from my land to my land is five dinars for communication within the governorate, and from my land to my land for communication between the governorates is fifteen dinars, and from my land to the mobile." Fifty dinars, and the payment is in Iraqi dinars.
He pointed out that "Iraq now occupies 47th place globally in improving Internet services after it was at the end of the list, and
according to a referendum on Internet services sites, Iraq today is characterized by high quality in services."