The company believes that the introduction of 5G and FWA services will not only enrich the lives of individuals but also catalyze economic growth and innovation in different parts of rural and urban communities.
5G is available in twelve key locations across Somaliland.
Access 5G data on iPhones, Google Pixel, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and soon Samsung.
High-speed internet access introduced through Fixed Wireless Access.
Somaliland-based telecoms operator Telesom has officially launched its commercial 5G services and Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) services, available to residential and business customers from the beginning of the year 2024.
The company considers this first-ever 5G mobile service launch a significant step forward in providing cutting-edge connectivity to the people of Somaliland.
The launch event took place at Telesom Headquarters and was attended by various government officials. The company believes that the introduction of these services “will not only enrich the lives of individuals but also catalyze economic growth and innovation in different parts of rural and urban communities.”
Telesom said its 5G network coverage is now available in twelve locations, including Hargeisa, Burco, Buuhoodle, Borama, Berbera, Erigavo, Gabiley, Laascaanood, Sheekh, Wajaale, Widhwidh, and Xudun.
Customers of Telesom can access 5G services on compatible devices, such as Apple iPhone, Google Pixel, OnePlus, and Xiaomi, with more devices, including Samsung, to be added soon.
In addition to 5G services, the introduction of Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) will offer high-speed internet access to homes and businesses. All Telesom customers can now order FWA devices and data packs to start enjoying these services.
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