Communication has been re-established in Mozambique’s districts where networks were vandalised by insurgents, one of the mobile operators, Vodacom, has said.
The re-connection became possible after troops managed to recover some of the areas that were being controlled by Islamic State group-linked militants.
Vodacom services are now available in towns and villages in Mocímboa da Praia, Palma, Afungi, Quionga, Quitupo and Awasse.
Another mobile operator, Movitel, has assured customers that it will restore communications in the districts of Mocímboa da Praia and Palma by the end of the
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