Thursday, 11 September 2008 6:30 PM

Digicel Come Quickly!

Digicel come and come quickly! The people of Solomon Islands have been ripped off by the monopoly given to Telekom. The service is expensive. Communications with provinces leave a lot to be desired.

Island countries in the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic Oceans with lesser populations than Solomon Islands are served by more than one telecommunications service provider. So there is no excuse for Solomon Islands not to let Digicel into the country.

The monopoly enjoyed by the so called "Our Telekom" is not delivering the services. Whose Telekom is it anyway? The Government must revoke the fifteen year deal with Telekom. The people have suffered enough while fat profits have been declared over the years.

Digicel come, come, come!!!

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