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Is this the end of network breakdowns? National Roaming ensures mobile coverage even in rural areas

Telecommunication network breakdowns - the so-called "network outage" - mainly in rural areas, may be nearing completion. The country is preparing to adopt the national roaming service, which will allow citizens in the most remote areas of the country to continue to have access to telecommunications services.


National roaming, according to the Minister of Telecommunications, Information Technology and Media, Manuel Homem, will ensure that areas without a network will now have coverage.

This coverage, he explains, will allow citizens who have a certain telephone service to communicate in areas where there is no coverage from their operator, through the use of another operator.

"This will allow, first, a greater expansion of national broadband and also facilitate that we, as users of the mobile telecommunications service, can have greater availability of access to the service," said the ruler, quoted by Jornal de Angola.

It is necessary to make telecommunications services more efficient, he considered, explaining that the implementation of national roaming is the result of work that has been developed in the sector with a view to improving the quality of service.

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