Tigo to Further Invest $75 million for 4G Expansion in Tanzania

13 May 2016
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Tigo to Further Invest $75 million for 4G Expansion in Tanzania Image Credit: Tigo

Tigo announced that it has now expanded its 4G LTE to more areas in Tanzania. From inception in April 2015 in Dar Es Salaam, Tigo 4G LTE has expanded to Arusha, Tanga, Dodoma, Morogoro, Moshi, Mwanza, Tabora, Musoma, Bukoba, Kigoma and Shinyanga and plans are underway to cover all major cities in the country before the end of this year.

According to Tigo, it is currently embarking on a network modernization program which includes increasing capacity to all the 12 4G LTE covered cities as well as increasing considerably the 3G coverage countrywide and optimizing the 2G network. 

Tigo added that it will this year be investing over US$ 75 million on the network expansion and quality improvement by scaling up its 4G and 3G sites, fiber network as well as increasing the number of customer service outlets countrywide. 

Tigo General Manager, Diego Gutierrez
The expansion of 4G technology to all corners of the country is in line with our commitment to provide our customers with world class services that enable them to enjoy a fully digital lifestyle.

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