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Email / spamming


Every main steet of Asmara has one or more internet cafe's, and all high end hotels in Asmara, Massawa and Keren provide internet facilities.

Unfortunately, the Internet service in Eritrea is very slow, and spam is another reason for email congestion. Therefore, if you start your email message to a company or organisation in Eritrea with:

Dear friend,
Dear Sir/Madam,
To whom it may concern,
To the sales manager,

Don't expect any answer. Your first line is disrespectful and a good reason to press [Delete] for the receiving partner, if your mail will pass his/her spam filter anyway.

If you have an interesting product and some respect for your potential customers, you will first check who is your relevant contact in Eritrea, and address him/her in person. And if you are smart, you will first call your contact to confirm he or she is interested and able to communicate with you in English.

At the bottom of this page (and any other page on this web) you will find the link [contact us] and choosing the link, you will find my name (which is NOT feedback ;-), and you are contacting the webmaster and not the Eritrean authorities.

Many Eritrean tourism service providers and small business have a page on Facebook, where you can leave a message, and get a glimpse of your potential contact.


TSE Cyber Cafe and office - Beleza Street Asmara Eritrea.

TSE Cyber Cafe and office - Beleza Street Asmara Eritrea. (




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