Angola’s vice minister for telecommunications, Aristides Safeca, has said that almost two million people in the country are accessing the internet on their mobile phones, reports AllAfrica. Safeca, speaking on the sidelines of the Angolan Forum on Telecommunications and Information Technologies, said that many of the mobile internet users – representing nearly 20% of the approximately ten million cellular phone customers in Angola – had eschewed available fixed line network services, and that the government is working towards improving the quality of service for fixed internet users.
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