NationLink Telecom was founded in September 1997 by Abdirizak Ido, a Somali businessman currently serving as the company's President. The firm is one of the leading telecommunications service providers (TSP) in Somalia and offers its services throughout the country.
The company's focus is in the core areas of mobile, internet and fixed line services. Its overall objective is to supply telecommunication services to all Somalis, and in the process, help improve standards of living. Nationlink is among the biggest mobile network operators in the country.
- Golis Telecom Somalia
- Hormuud Telecom
- Somali Telecom Group
- Netco (Somalia)
- interWAVE, July 1, 2003 – interWAVE to Deliver Additional High Capacity GSM Switches to Nationlink Telecom in Somalia
- Mobile Africa – Nationlink Telecom in Somalia
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