South Sudan launches international voice gateway

24 May 2019

South Sudan has announced the launch of its own international voice gateway in the capital Juba, in a move which is expected to improve the quality and affordability of the country’s telephony services. ‘The new international gateway we are launching is a public-private partnership with international partners experienced in telecommunication that includes a shared revenue agreement with the government and also promotion of low cost and quality voices and data traffic to the world,’ Xinhua quotes Michael Makuei Lueth, Minister of Information and Broadcasting, as saying. Martin Keller of MGI, the company that supplied the gateway, said the firm will now work on the installation of a data gateway to improve internet services.

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