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Old March 7th, 2012, 11:24 PM   #1
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Telecommunications in Somalia | News and Development

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Old March 12th, 2012, 03:34 AM   #2
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An article on this in English

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Somaliland: Telesom And Google Partner On Mobile Chat, Email And SMS

HARGEISA-Telesom Communication the leading communication provider in Somaliland is partnering with Google in a proposal to offer mobile chat, email and sms to its customers. Mr. Divan Lan, Google Representative for Sub Saharan Africa visited Telesom’s headquarter in Hargeisa the capital of Somaliland on Wednesday March 7, 2012.

Mr. Divan Lan was given a tour of Telesom’s headquarter and facilities by company executives as they enlighten him on the company’s history and services. During the tour Divan Lan noticed that Telesom’s equipment and operation far exceeded what he was expecting. Divan Lan’s visit will make Google the first major information technology company to visits Somaliland in a bid to be part of Somaliland’s booming information technology market. With the expected arrival of the fiber optic cable connection to Somaliland the country’s limited internet infrastructure is expected to attract foreign firms and now that Google has taken the lead by partnering with Telesom Somaliland’s information technology sector is sure to develop.
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eServGlobal Wins Project With ASGSM.MOBI to Bring Mobile Money to Somalia

Written by: PRNewswire on March 12, 2012.

PARIS, March 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — eServGlobal will work with Dubai based mobile network operator, ASGSM.MOBI, to bring mobile money services to ASGSM.MOBI subscribers both in Somalia and abroad. ASGSM.MOBI holds a GSM and 3G license for Somalia and has been operating in the country since 2009.

ASGSM.MOBI will utilise eServGlobal’s PayMobile platform to offer an end-to-end solution including a mobile wallet system and mobile money and mobile commerce services such as cash-in/cash-out at mobile-money agents, money transfer, bill payment services, airtime top-up from mobile wallet and payment at a merchant.


“As mobile connections rapidly spread across emerging markets, eServGlobal has built on our extensive history in the telco world to build offers which offer real value to both service providers and users” said Katia Hilal, VP Marketing & Strategic Alliances, eServGlobal.

“We chose eServGlobal for this project because of their flexibility, the quality and compliancy level of their solution and the ability to extend the platform with new functionality as the market matures,” said Abdullahi Abdi Hussein, President and CEO, ASGSM.MOBI.

To encourage quick user adoption, the solution will be integrated with existing domestic money transfer companies, such as Hawala companies, traditional banks, ATM Switches etc.

The PayMobile platform will be hosted in Dubai to ensure the highest levels of security, availability and support.

Somalia is a country in the midst of rapid economic and social change. With a population of 9.3 million, mobile connections have risen dramatically in the past two years to exceed 3 million connections and are expected to reach more than 5 million by 2015.

In the absence of a formal banking sector, alternative money transfer/remittance services have sprouted throughout the country, handling up to $1.6 billion in transfers annually. The high reliance on money transfer combined with the growth of mobile connections, means that mobile money has the potential to offer widespread and diverse benefits.

ASGSM.MOBI is mobile operator in Somalia who provide extensive value added services including free international roaming, free virtual mobile wallet for in country Somalis and an integrated and reliable mobile and wallet services for Somalis outside of Somalia.

For Further information of the innovative and value added services of ASGSM.MOBI LTD including the international free roaming services SALAMGSM and the integrated virtual mobile wallet services GOCASH please contact as@asgsm.mobi.

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Good news, but ignorant title considering there is already the popular ZAAD service which currently dominates the market:

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Somalia: Civil War Hides Steady Growth of Internet Services

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March 5, 2007 - Posted to the web March 5, 2007

Russell Southwood
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Somalia was one of the last African countries to get connected to the Internet after the country established its first ISP in 1999. But today the country has internet connectivity to almost 53% of the whole area of the country and the Internet business is mushrooming in the country and becoming one of the fastest growing services along with telephony.

Based on the 2006 report of Somali Telecommunication Association (STA), a watchdog organisation that oversees the Policy development and regulatory framework of ICT sector in Somalia, by the end of 2005 there were more than 0.5 million users of Internet services in the country with 22 established ISP and 234 cyber cafes with growth of 15.6% per year.

Several types of Internet services are available in the country including dial up services that are mainly provided by the major network operators in the country. The major players include Global Internet Company which is a jointly owned by the three major networks of Hormud Telcom, Telcom Somalia and Nationlink. Global Internet Company is the biggest ISP in the country and the sole provider of dialup services in South- central regions of the country. While in Somaliland and Puntland, Internet services has been bundled within the network products and services whereby each network delivers Internet dialup services into its own subscribers. Major regional service leaders include Telsom, and Ts in Somaliland regions and Golis and STG in the Puntland region.

Dial up internet services in Somalia is the fastest growing internet services in Africa as Somalia enjoys landline growth of more than 12.5% per year compared to Horn and eastern Africa countries where landline is experiencing a serious decline due vandalism and increase cost of copper cables in the international market. This growth is attributed to the unique services policy adopted by the Somali telcom operators that is based on free local calls within each town of in the country. Landline has become the product of choice and most affordable telecommunication service in the local market. By just paying a flat rate of US$ 10 per month for unlimited calls and US0.005 per minute for Internet connections, with one time connection fee of US$50.

The other high-flying Internet service in the country is Wireless Internet for corporate, learning institutions, UN, NGO and diplomatic Missions. This service is provided by both dial up and non-dial up ISPs. Major cities like Mogadishu, Hargeisa, Bosaso, Kismayo and Galkayo, the services has been delivered at the pricing structure ranging from US$ 150- 300 per month for unlimited internet access with bandwidth rate of 64kbs up and down.

For instance, the capital city Mogadishu hosts the biggest wireless internet services and has largest subscriber base in the country and Dalkom (Wanaag HK), webtel, Orbit, and Unitel are the major leaders of service providers. The challenges facing the wireless internet providers include the cost of subscriber terminal equipment and electricity supply as well the cost of bandwidth.

Somafone, one of the GSM services providers, has also introduced a GPRS service for wireless Internet in the market. GPRS service has not yet picked up in the local market but it is available in Mogadishu and its neighbourhood regions of Lower and Middle Shabelle.

ADSL and LRE( long range ethernet) Internet services are also offered in Mogadishu, specially for the business centres and corporate institutions in the city. The services has not been extended to other major cities in the country but expected to be completed in the near future. So far Global internet is the only operator at the moment able to provide ADSL services in Mogadishu.

In the last quarter of 2006, Dalkom Somalia came up with a programme extending ADSL services throughout the country by providing ADSL equipments to all network operators in the country with a revenue sharing business model, after realising a great shift of Internet connectivity and the huge demand for broadband services in the market. Most of the operators are studying this proposal and expected to be endorsed by this year. It hopes this will help the operators to improve internet usage, increase the subscriber base and connectivity of internet in the country. Dalkom Somalia says it has technical and resources capacity to roll out countrywide ADSL services in collaboration with all the networks in the country.

The cost of ADSL services in country, believed to be the cheapest in the sub-region. For instant, the cost of the terminals plus the installation is about US$100 while the rate of services is determined by the number of computers that to be connected. For example ADSL services connected to one computer costs US$30 per month for unlimited Internet access and unlimited downloads.

Internet over the satellite services is also offered in the country especially in the remote areas and the cities that have no either dialup or wireless Internet services. Major clients include UN, NGOs, financial institutions particularly the remittance companies and Internet Cafes. Currently over three hundred satellite terminals, connected to various teleports in Europe and Asia are available throughout the country. This type of services have shown a stable growth of 10-15% per year.

But the more the broadband wireless Internet increases throughout the country, the less there will be a need for satellite Internet. Therefore the market for satellite Internet has gone down in the past three years in the urban areas of Somalia while this type of services picked up in the rural areas and the demand has been steadily growing up. The Educational centres, media companies and financial institutions have been contributing to the growth of the demand of Internet over the satellite services as these institutions are pushing the extension of services into the remote areas of the country, in order to be able to operate in rural areas.

The biggest challenge for Internet services in Somalia is the cost of bandwidth as most of the customers are currently paying between US$ 2500-3000 per Mbs per month. The Major international bandwidth providers include TAIDE, Skyvision, Etisalat, Sinosat, and Newskies , Eutalsat, Panamsat and Intelsat.

Dalkom, an international gateway and Internet backbone operator in Somalia provides various products and solutions for the internet services providers(ISP), corporate institutions , learning centres and cyber Cafees include cheap bandwidth through Its backbone, internet over satellite and Premium routes for the content providers and media operators as well international voice gateway services for global carriers.

Dalkom Somalia considers the internet market one of the fastest growing sectors in the country and it will keep on growing in the next two decades as market is shifting into data and Voip services. Most of the ISP are shifting to development of contents, integrated solution of Voice and data, VOIP, hosting and video streaming as e-commerce and media over internet are the deals of the day. Dalkom's international gateway has a capacity to support the growing internet market demand of country and still trying to source more affordable bandwidth in the international market in order to improve affordability of bandwidth in the local market as bandwidth becomes a precious commodity in the market. Dalkom Somalia has also plans to expand its international gateway services into regional operators by building a sub-station in the regions of Somaliland and Puntland as well the completion of its commercial national backbone in order to further improve international connectivity of the country and minimise the cost of network operations as the current international gateway supports the network operators in South-central Somalia

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Old April 12th, 2012, 04:51 AM   #5
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Telecommunications is one of the best performers because it is an easily adaptable and changing industry. Even if there was no war, Somalia would have needed a whole new update because the industry is nothing like it was in the eighties. Nobody had a cell phone back then. One of the upsides is that we have avoided the state bureaucracy that plagues many other African countries, Ethiopia and Djibouti are examples of how government is stifling innovation in telecommunications.

But there still needs to be a overall regulatory body. When I was there a couple years ago, the phone companies were not sharing lines or using the same infrastructure. You had to have several numbers to be able to connect to anyone. This can't fly in a modernized society. I haven't back in a long time so things might have changed but hopefully this is fixed if not.
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Telecommunications is one of the best performers because it is an easily adaptable and changing industry. Even if there was no war, Somalia would have needed a whole new update because the industry is nothing like it was in the eighties. Nobody had a cell phone back then. One of the upsides is that we have avoided the state bureaucracy that plagues many other African countries, Ethiopia and Djibouti are examples of how government is stifling innovation in telecommunications.

But there still needs to be a overall regulatory body. When I was there a couple years ago, the phone companies were not sharing lines or using the same infrastructure. You had to have several numbers to be able to connect to anyone. This can't fly in a modernized society. I haven't back in a long time so things might have changed but hopefully this is fixed if not.
Unfortunately, that's still the case. In Mogadishu if you have Hormuud, you can't call NationLink & vice versa. Same is true with other carriers like Somaphone & Olympic. It's annoying because you have to carry multiple sets. It's high time that they set-up a regulatory body.
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Old April 12th, 2012, 05:27 AM   #7
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It wouldn't even need to be a government action, the companies should really come together and understand that sharing infrastructure is for their interest because then they can spend less money on maintenance. Can you imagine if America or any other rich country had a similar system? It would be madness!

One upside is that I don't think internet services have the same issue but with mobiles and internet getting more colluded, it might in the future.
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Djibouti And Somalia Discuss Telecommunications Cooperation
April 21st, 2012

President Ismail Omar Guelleh and Djibouti’s Minister of Culture and Communication, Abdi Hussein, recently held talks in Djibouti with Somalia’s Minister of Information and Telecommunications, Abdulkader Hussein Mohamed at the presidential palace in Djibouti on the issue of cooperation between the two countries in the field of telecommunications. In a subsequent press conference the Somali minister described the visit as "fruitful" and said it would pave the way for better cooperation between the two countries in the field of telecommunications. He also thanked his Djibouti counterpart for the visit which had enabled him to see for himself the modern equipment and technology that was in use in Djibouti in the telecommunications sector, and expressed the view that Djibouti has the most modern equipment and technologies. Mr. Abdi Hussein emphasized the importance of the meeting with his Somali counterpart which, he said, "reflects the will of the two countries to forge closer ties particularly in telecommunications". The Djibouti Minister underlined that Djibouti’s goal is "for our country to be a regional hub in the telecommunications sector". He noted that it already had six cable links passing through the country and it intended to "do all we can to connect the whole of Africa". --MFA
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Telecom Italia Sparkle acquires new IPX customer in Africa
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Telecom Italia Sparkle announced Somalia operator ASGSM.Mobi as the first IPX customer on the African continent. Telecom Italia Sparkle IPX service, with end-to-end SLAs, supports operator delivery of voice, mobile data and new multimedia services through a single and private IP connection. ASGSM has strengthened its partnership with Telecom Italia Sparkle by adding a set of mobile data services to be managed through the IPX platform, including Global Signalling, Net2Mobile-GRX and Outbound Roaming Solution, alternatively known as Dual IMSI. - Source
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Great news!
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^Bro could you shift the telecommunication posts in the economy topic to this one, so it is more organised on a long term basis?

I can send you the specific posts if necessary.
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Banking on the move in Africa

AFRICA is the continent where “mobile money”—monetary transactions on mobile phones—is by far the most advanced. According to a new survey of financial habits by the Gates Foundation, the World Bank and Gallup, in 20 countries more than 10% of adults said that they had used mobile money at some point in the previous 12 months; 15 of those countries were in Africa. For the most part, mobile phones are a substitute for traditional banks, enabling people who live miles from a branch or ATM to use financial services. This is especially important in a country like Somalia, which lacks a functioning government but where 34% of adults use mobile money(often to receive remittances from family members abroad). But sometimes, mobile banking seems to go hand in hand with the spread of traditional banking. In Kenya, where a staggering 68% of adults use mobile money (by far the highest rate in the world), half also have paper-based bank accounts.



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I read about that. I suppose that in lieu of a legit banking industry, tech takes the lead. Good news to see Somalia doing well here.
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Competition is heating up in the Telcomms industry! See below./...
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Dude, I could have sworn I created this topic not you, some black magic ishhh is going on here.
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SOMTEL Announces Massive Reduction of international Call Rates

SOMTEL one of the leading telecommunication companies has today announced a massive reduction of all international call rates; this was announced today by the Head of Marketing and Sales at Somtel Abdinassir Haji Saleban.

Mr. Abdinassir was accompanied by the deputy head of marketing and sales Mr. Ahmed Nuh Said, head of public relations Abdinassir Awad Muse and other top executives at the company.

The head of marketing and sales Mr Abdinassir speaking to the press revealed that the company is always committed to provide the best and advanced communication services our customers, Mr Abdinassir Said as of 21st April, 2012 Somtel will lower the rates of all international calls although this is not the first time we at Somtel believe that by reducing the costs of telecommunication we will enable people with modest means to take advantage of the transformative communication.

Mr Abdinassir said SOMTEL will from now on charge $1 for 20 minutes Airtime 24 hours for all international calls ( 5cent p/m) compared to before when we used to charge $1 for 20 minutes from 6:00 p.m to 6:00 a.m, the new charge will apply for both calls made from a mobile and landline.

SOMTEL was established in 2010 and since its inception customer base has enabled the company gain a significant market share in the industry marking challenging for the market leadership. Growth in the industry is expected provision of value added services diversification and product innovations, and capacity expansion to enhance access and quality services.
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TELESOM Announces Big Reduction in Telecommunication Rates

Telesom, a leading telecommunication company has announced a big reduction in rates for local and international calls for both landline services and mobile. This was announced by the head of Business Development Division, Mr. Abdul Salaan Ismail Nur during a press conference held at the Telesom main headquarter in the capital Hargeisa.

Mr. Abdisalaan speaking to the press said that Telesom is to lower the rates for domestic and international calls, he added, “Telesom is always committed to provide the best and the most advance telecommunication services in Somaliland and attain the highest customers’ satisfaction. By reducing the costs of communication, we are committed to enable people with modest means to take advantage of transformative telecommunication in the country.”

The new charges as of 31/3/2012 will be as follows:

1) The cost of international calls to the countries stated below will cost $1 for 15 minutes airtime (7 cents p/m) while before it used to cost $ 1 for 3.3 minutes, a reduction of 350%. This rate is the cheapest international calls rates in the whole Horn of Africa.

The rate will apply to the following countries:
UK, Canada, Malaysia, China, USA, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Norway, Belgium, Germany, Thailand, Turkey, Russia, New Zealand, Italy, India, South Africa and Ireland.

2) International calls from both mobile or landline to Canada, Malaysia, China, USA, Thailand will from now cost $1 for 15 minutes airtime (7 cents p/m).

3) Mobile calls to UK, Sweden, Turkey, Russia will cost $1 for 5 minutes (20 cents p/m) airtime.

Telesom has also reduced the charge for local calls as of today (31/3/2012), calls made during this time from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m., will cost $1 for 200 minutes (0.5 cents p/m).

Telesom provides a wide diverse of services including GSM, GPRS, 3G, Zaad (mobile money payments) electronic vouchers, aqoon-maal, ringtone service, ila*hadal, agoonyahan, mySMS and many more. Telesom is owned by Somaliland shareholders and its also one of the leading employers in the country.
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Dude, I could have sworn I created this topic not you, some black magic ishhh is going on here.
LMAO ma aragtay sxb I was thinking to myself when did I creat this very interesting topic
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