This follows a tender which was issued to the firm by the Universal Communication Services Access Fund (UCSAF) as part of the Tanzania Communications Infrastructure and e-Government Project (RCIP Tanzania) funded by the International Development Association.
The company’s Managing Director Rene Meza said that they had won a tender to provide telecommunication services to a total of 466 Villages in 73 wards with a total population of approximately 1,000,000 people.
Speaking at the signing ceremony for cellular companies that had won tenders to provide rural coverage UCSAF’s Chief Executive and Fund Manager, Eng. Peter Ulanga said they had announced a tender for 152 wards, targeting about 1.6 million people.
UCSAF was established to promote universal access to information and communications technology in the country in order to promote social, economic development in both rural and urban undeserved areas.