ALGIERS- Fiber optic network will be generalized throughout the national territory to increase Internet speed, which ''did not rise to expectations and represents a true problem," Minister of Post and ICT Moussa Benhamadi declared Monday in Algiers. "The fiber optic networking will be generalized in all the communes and localities which population exceeds 1,000 inhabitants in the north and those exceeding 500 inhabitants in the South to increase Internet speed," Benhamadi said in an interview to APS. All the operators must be involved to attain cover all these regions, he stressed. Regarding the bad quality and the recurrent interruptions of high-speed Internet services (ADSL), Benhamadi admitted that the quality of service "is a true of source of concern." This situation is mainly caused by that Algerie Telecom currently uses old network made of copper cables, destined to fixed telephony as well as the old technologies used by Algerie Telecoms (AT), the minister stressed, adding that this operator acquired in 2009 new equipments providing "high speed" in the benefit of users.