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Each operator uses a different technology to provide Internet access.
Nomad makes use of Wi MAX, MTML uses CDMA2000 and Emtel uses HSDPA (3.5G).
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The National Computer Board (NCB) was also set up in 1988 by the National Board Act (No 43) to advise the Government on the formulation of national policies for the development of the IT sector and promote an IT culture in the country.
By 1997, the Ministry of Information and Telecommunications was created to formulate and implement policies regarding the development of the ICT sector, the CISD and CIB became departments within this new ministry.
Our Switzerland County singles are in the 812 area code, and might live in these or other zip codes: 47043 personals.Telecommunications had an early beginning in Mauritius, with the first telephone line installed in 1883, seven years after the invention of the telephone, over the years, the network and telephony improved.By the late 20th century, the rapid development and convergence of information and telecommunications technologies gave rise to an ICT industry on the island along with many incentives provided by the government.With the development of Information and Communications Technologies, the Telecommunications Act of 1998 was replaced by the Information and Communication Technologies Act of 2001, the MTA was subsequently replaced by the Information and Communication Technologies Authority (ICTA).In 2014, the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court ordered Data Communication Ltd to pay to the Information and Communication Technologies Authority the sum of Rs 20,672,135.80 inclusive of surcharges for late payment, with costs.
The monopoly is retained by Mauritius Telecom (MT) which provides dial-up & ADSL services over existing telephone lines.