Smart Telecom to offer LTE in Tanzania

New network will utilise the 2300MHz band, said the operator
Smart Telecom to offer LTE in Tanzania

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Smart Telecom will launch 4G Time Division-Long Term Evolution (TD-LTE) in Tanzania. Nowadays, the company claims to offer the country;s first 4G connection for consumers.

The new network will utilise the 2300MHz band (Band 40). The telco has not announced the initial service coverage or the date when it will be launched. “The expansion is ongoing,” the operator stated.

Smart Telecom is owned by Industrial Promotion Services (IPS) Kenya, which in turn is part of the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED).

The group is also active in Uganda and Burundi.

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