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Descriere: epa08981830 A man holds up a SIM card from mobile company MTN in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 02 February 2021. In the Ivory Coast, a country of over 25 million inhabitants, the numbering system has reached the saturation point. Authorities have therefore provided for an automatic passage of telephone numbers. These have gone from eight to ten digits since 31 January 2021. According to Mr Bile Diemeleou Gabriel, Director General of the Ivory Coast Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (ARTCI), 'the capacity of the old numbering plan, estimated at 49 million numbers, no longer makes it possible to meet the needs for mobile numbers of certain operators, in view of the exhaustion of the capacities which are individually reserved for them'. He added that 'With this situation, subscribers find it difficult to identify the nominal operator of the number due to the sharing of the same prefix by all operators'. According to the ARTCI director general, an analysis of user number needs based on changes in population and technology, was carried out and helped define the new numbering plan, which has a capacity of 10 billion numbers. 'This new plan aims to meet current and future needs and provides a sufficient reserve of numbers for future technologies such as the Internet of Things. This 10-figure plan makes it possible to meet the needs of the populations over a forecast period of 50 years', he explained. EPA/LEGNAN KOULA
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ID fotografie: 14386124
Redactor: EPA
Locatie: Abidjan - Ivory Coast
Dimensiune: 2592 x 1728 px
Realizat: 2021-02-02
Introdus: 2021-02-02 18:07:11


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