Algeria Telecom: Increasing minimum internet bandwidth to 10 megabytes

Algeria Telecom has started, since last Thursday, a new process of technical experiments across 5 provinces, with the aim of increasing internet flow for 4 Mbps subscribers to 10 Mbps, and 10 Mbps subscribers to 20 Mbps, according to it, statement issued today. Saturday, by the state-owned company.

The same source explained that “Technical experiments will be allocated as a first stage to the residential subscriptions “IDOOM ADSL” and “IDOOM Fiber”, across the provinces of Algiers, Blida, Chlef, Oran and Tlemcen, provided that the process expands to the remaining provinces gradually.

Algeria Telecom – the statement adds – has adopted a gradual approach in order to “optimally take care of possible obstacles that may prevent some subscribers from benefiting from the increase in flow speed, compared to the speed currently available for them.”

This operation, which comes three months after the increase in the flow speed to the benefit of more than two million subscribers in March of this year, “is part of the road map developed by Algeria Telecom in order to live up – as soon as possible – to the customer’s aspirations regarding landline internet speed.

In its statement, the company explained that this “qualitative” improvement in internet speed is “the fruit of efforts made by Algeria Telecom to modernize and develop various layers that make up its network infrastructure at national and international levels.”

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