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A shocking news about Internet service after two years in Iraq!

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A shocking news about Internet service after two years in Iraq!

2019/7/13 16:26

A shocking news about Internet service after two years in Iraq

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Internet experts and Internet experts, Wafaa al-Karim, said on Saturday that Iraqis could not use the Internet within the next two years for technical reasons.
"Iraq has been dependent on the wireless service for 16 years, when the Internet became available to all Iraqis, but then there was no infrastructure," she said in a press statement. So far, "indicating:" There is a newer and more sophisticatedtechnology from the Wieliris used by the world, but Iraq has not used so far, leaving the risk of termination of service after two years, no matter how high capacity.
"Broadcast towers are less than a year away, meaning that after two years, they will not be able to deliver the service because of the high frequency of the air and the high demand on the Internet." In addition, the towers can not provide a fixed service for 500 meters.
"There are more than 4 million homes in Iraq, with the exception of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, which are serviced by 20,000 towers. This means that demand is growing and service is still being provided in undeveloped ways," she said.
"Iraq over the next two years, will suffer from a major crisis based on the Internet unless the transition to optical cable service developed."
In Iraq, there has been a recent talk about Internet problems and poor service to citizens, while a youth group launched a campaign to pressure the Ministry of Communications to improve the service.

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