Talk:Telecommunications in Sudan

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Balancing act[edit]

For his part, chairman of the state-owned Sudanese Telecommunications Ltd. (Sudatel) Abdelatif Abdel Qader said Sudan has now 1.3 million ground lines in addition to one million mobile lines.

Sudan also has 104 internet service providers and Sudatel was the first Sudanese company to be registered in foreign stock exchanges, he said, adding that its shares are being traded in Bahrain, Abu Dhabi and Dubai bourses. [1]—Preceding unsigned comment added by Wk muriithi (talkcontribs)