Hotel Ivoire d’Abidjan was decorated at the best that May 19, 2015. Placed in endless rows, young people for the majority are getting identified and registered. This is the process to be entitled with an access badge to the exhibition of national days of information and communication technology (JNTIC) 2015. Once inside, the configuration is that of a technological village that offers a wide range of activities to visitors punctuated by late-night openings; thus making the event accessible until 20:00. In the first area on the ground floor as well as upstairs, companies, schools, television stations and ministries have stands for explanations and demonstrations of their daily activities through ICTs. During this event ARTCI had, as usual, a stand teeming with people. Over 300 people visited the stall of the regulator, among whom students, pupils and professionals of the sector.
Tiolé Tiédori (Student in Masters of Telecommunications): Thanks for the improvement of the quality of telephone communications.
We know ARTCI, we expect this organization to improve services and especially to lower communications costs as prices charged by operators are still high. However you have to be congratulated for audits you are conducting on the quality of service of mobile networks as we can notice a significant improvement in communication quality compared to previous years.