Independence House, York, YO26 6PH +44 7553 367931 08:00-17:00
https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Connected since 2011 to three fiber optic submarine systems, Somalia recorded an increasing demand for broadband connectivity last year. Dalkom Somalia has made a commitment to respond to this by providing the country with new data capacities. Broadband telecom service provider Dalkom Somalia has secured a € 12 million loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB)...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

The Somali government is continuing to put its telecoms market in order, initiated in 2017. After the development of an adequate legal framework, which had been lacking since 1991, it is now a question of ensuring its strict compliance by the different market players. After August 31, the deadline is for communication infrastructure providers, application...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Somalia’s National Communications Authority (NCA) has issued a public notice stating that all currently unlicensed service providers will be required to apply for a permit to operate in the country by 31 August 2021. The request applies to all providers and operators of communications infrastructure, applications and services, internet services, terminal equipment, domain services and VSAT services....

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Somalia’s largest telecommunications services provider, Hormuud Telecom, has announced plans to extend its 4G phone network across the country, and is aiming to provide nationwide coverage by 2023. Hormuud began expanding its 4G network capacity in 2015 in partnership with the Somalia Ministry of Telecommunications, who estimates that across the country, over 11.25 million Somalis...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

With a weak information and communication technology sector, a country is unlikely to succeed in its digital transformation. Somalia is well aware of this and wants to remedy it. She decided to involve domestic and foreign businessmen. The Somali government wants to develop its national information and communication technology sector. He decided to encourage national and international private...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Somalia’s largest telecommunications provider, Hormuud Telecom, has announced the rollout of the country’s first indigenous mobile money application. According to a media statement, the Fintech app WAAFI gives Somalis access to a range of digital services across a singular platform for the first time. Consumers can access bank accounts, perform online transactions, send international remittances...