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Submarine Cable Problem Slows Internet Access

Submarine Cable Problem Slows Internet Access

Mozambique has been experiencing slow internet access since Sunday due to the interruption of the submarine cable between South Africa and Maputo, Mozambican communications operators announced on Monday.

“Due to an interruption in the submarine cable between Mtunzini station in South Africa and Maputo, our internet services may be affected,” telephone operator Movitel said in a note to which Lusa had access on Monday.

The Vodacom operator said that international technical teams are working to “overcome the difficulty in the quality of data service provision”.

“For the inconvenience that this situation may cause, Tmcel sincerely apologises,” according to a note from the state-owned operator Mozambique Telecom (Tmcel).

In the area of mobile telecommunications, Vodacom, Movitel and state-owned Tmcel operate in Mozambique, and are currently planning to expand and modernise their network.

TV Cabo Moçambique also published a message reporting the same problems: “The technical teams are continuing to work with our international partners to minimise the constraints on the quality of data supply”.


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