Dec 08, 2018 15:26 Asia/Tehran

Iran's Deputy Minister of ICT and President of Communications Regulatory Authority, said that Iran's mobile phone network is as developed as advanced industrialized nations.

Iran Press /Iran newsIn an exclusive interview with Iran Press News Agency on Saturday, Hossien Fallah Joshaghani, the Deputy Minister of ICT and President of Communications Regulatory Authority said: "As I am sure you are aware, to become a fully digitalized society, we need proper infrastructures and we need state-of-the-art digital equipment but these are not sufficient on their own to achieve this task.

"After we have had put in place the infrastructures, digitalize processes, structures and "management techniques must be established to become digital," the Deputy Minister of ICT noted.

Hossien Fallah Joshaghani, added: "it can be said that right at the moment we have set up appropriate digital and network infrastructure, associated mobile phone systems and digital networks and roughly speaking, we are at the same level of advanced industrialized nations".

The Deputy Minister of ICT and President of Communications Hossien Fallah added: "As far as fixed land lines are concerned, we have not developed as much as we would have liked, and we want to improve access to our land lines, but we are hopeful that over the next  two or three years, we can speed up the pace of development in out land-line communications." 

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