Breaking
Wed. Apr 17th, 2024

As Tigo’s works towards improving the quality of her services, Tigo Tanzania customers are now set to continue enjoying high-tech services with this announcement of a massive drive by the telecom operator to further modernize its network infrastructure.

The news of the upgrade, revealed recently in Dar es Salaam will be music to the ears of the subscribers even as they continue to enjoy quality, smoother access to voice and high speed data services from the country’s leading digital lifestyle mobile firm.

“Since last year, we have made massive expansion of our infrastructure to increase the coverage footprint and capacity and most importantly, the quality of experience for mobile broadband service, hence making Tigo the preferred network in Tanzania”, Tigo’s Chief Technical and Information Officer (CTIO) Jérôme Albou said while speaking to senior editors at a briefing held at the company’s headquarters in Dar es Salaam recently.

Affirming this, some of the Tigo customers who now enjoy seamless services offered by the provider expressed their satisfaction with the company’s positive response to their communication demands.

Joseph Moshi, a Tigo customer and resident of Kilimanjaro Region in northern Tanzania, says of Tigo’s services: “I am very impressed that more than ever before, I can now freely make my calls and browse on internet without network hiccups thus enabling me to communicate more effectively!”

Meanwhile Joyce Masanja, from Mwanza Region – a zone that encompasses Lake Victoria, the world’s largest fresh water body, echoed similar comments. “I can now easily use data and stream videos without the frustrations of internet buffering; it’s an exciting experience that makes me enjoy Tigo services more,” Ms Masanja says proudly.

As far as mobile broadband is concerned, Tigo has reportedly added new 535 sites with 3G technology, upgraded capacity on 408 of 3G sites and 95 new sites with 4G technology.

Spelling out the company’s network upgrade plans, Tigo’s Chief Technical and Information Officer (CTIO) Jérôme Albou explained that one of Tigo’s key strategic objectives is to transform broadband customer experience by providing first-class services as per global industry standards in both 3G and 4G technologies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondent: Ridwan A. Olayiwola

By

Related Post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *