Telecommunications reduce transmission of Internet devices in house prices[/ltr]
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Public Telecommunications Company decided to reduce the line and e-optical devices prices ont available by WIFI service that focused on citizens' homes for the processing of optical access networks services for homes to become the new price 35 000 dinars instead of 110,000 dinars.
The Director General and Chairman of the Board of Directors Nazim gesture Khcjor according to a ministry statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that the reduction "is part of the package offers and services that the Ministry of Communications and Public Telecommunications Company operates and mail to be discussed in order to alleviate the burden on the Iraqi people and provide the Ohassanha best services and the most suitable and cheapest price. "
He said the "decision to reduce the optical line equipment prices in the interest of the citizen wishing to jointly access the optical system of the houses accomplished by the company recently and is marketed in cooperation with a number of Internet-equipped to serve the corporate networks."
Khcjor "These projects provide telecommunications and Internet services in a manner dedicated, not shared line which ensures consistency and superior speed at all times, particularly since these projects also provide Khaddmhalmkalmh voice, video and Internet services, satellite transmission, electronic games."
He continued that "the coming phase will witness an upsurge completion access optical networks and readiness for marketing projects in different areas in Baghdad and the provinces, and this does not mean the shutdown or a negative impact on the suppliers of Internet service currently on the contrary, will be in collaboration with them so as to ensure the provision of jobs and new sources of income and service advanced unheard former Iraqi citizen and a quantum leap to the concept of using the landline. "
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