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SeaCom fibre-optic technology boosts TTCL's prospects

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by Njowepo, Aug 9, 2009.

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    Njowepo JF-Expert Member

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    SeaCom fibre-optic technology boosts TTCL's prospects
    Friday, 07 August 2009 08:54 | Written by Administrator |
    DANIEL SEMBERYA

    THE provision of telecommunication services by the biggest telecoms firm in Tanzania, Tanzania Telecommunications Company (TTCL), has improved tremendously almost overnight after the company hooked up to new technology provided by SeaCom, Africa's new fibre-optic system.

    The new fibre-optic technology has reportedly brought about considerable efficiency in the service provision by the company, currently. In that regard, TTCL customers have already started reaping the gains that are associated with the new technology. For starters, Internet connections and land-line telephones are already proving to be the best options over wired ones.

    In fact, the quality and speed of Internet connectivity has already gone up four times as a result!

    Until this week, TTCL was the only company among the service providers in Tanzania that was connected to the new technology. The other service providers were still hesitating to team up with SeaCom for one reason or another.

    In the event, observers are already calling upon members of the
    local business community and individuals to take full advantage of the new technologythrough the services being provided by TTCL.

    The company's chief executive officer, Said Said, was quoted this week as conceding that "the arrival of the new technology would not completely replace the satellite technology, since the mobile phone companies would still need to utilise their old towers that were connected to satellite.”

    The acting director of information technology (ICT) at the ministry of Communications, Science & Technology, Manyiri Isaac, said "the cost of services to end-users might not go down promptly, since the service-providing companies were still having contracts with satellite service providers".

    Tabling his ministry's budget in the just-ended 16th parliamentary session, the minister responsible for communications, science and technology, Prof. Peter Msolwa, said the Government was aiming at making Tanzania the hub of ICT infrastructure and services, nationally, regionally and internationally.

    He said the Government had already agreed with the Protocol of the New Partnership for African Development (NePAD) whereby the Government of Tanzania would work in partnership with the African Union (AU), SADC and EAC to construct an undersea fibre-optic cable – known as the Uhuru-Net – and Umoja Net, a land cable system.
     
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    Mzawa Halisi JF-Expert Member

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    I am trying to think kama habari hii ingekuwa inahusu moja ya makampuni ya simu za mkononi TZ, magazeti na vyombo vya habari vingejaa matangazo ya kampuni iliyounganishwa na mkonga huo.....lakini kwa TTCL siyo opportunity kwako kujitangaza. Kuna mambo mawili nahisi, TTCL haina competent staff in marketing au baadhi ya wafanyakazi wa TTCL wako kwenye payroll ya makampuni ya simu na other ISPs.
     
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    Taipan New Member

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    Na mimi natumai bei itashuka kwa wadau in surfing na vilevile kuongezeka capacity.. Otherwise itakuwa ka ishu ya mafuta this year
     
  4. Tumsifu Samwel

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    Mhh! bei kushuka hapa itachukua mda sana.Hii nchi imetawaliwa na urasimu sana ndio maana hata maendeleo yetu yana sua sua.
     
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    Lini mtaacha blah-blah?!
     
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    Kama nilivyowahi kusema awali;hii nchi imegoma kuendelea!Ndiyo maana utasikia maneno meeeengi bila utekelezaji.Habari ya kushuka bei inasemwa tuu;msifikirie kama ni issue leo au kesho.
    Kwa mgeni na nchi hii anaweza kuingia kichwa kichwa akijipa matumaini kwa hayo yanayosemwa;kwa sisi tunaoijua inaanza longolongo lazima wakisha aibika ndiyo akili inawakaa sawa.
     
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    Kwa kweli inatia hasira. Niliwahi kwenda kuuliza ofice za TTCL, ma-staff wenyewe wakanipa jibu rahisi, kuwa hawajui itashuka lini. Na wengine wengi waliniambia vitu kama, sub marine optic cable ni machine ya aina gani, hawajaiona hapo TTCL. Seacom ni kampuni mafuta haiwahusu wao. Nadhani pia tatizo kubwa ni ujinga wa wananchi. Na inaonekana wazi kuwa bei haitashuka ndani ya karne hii.
     
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    Mbwembwe za seacom zimeishia wapi? maana sioni unafuu wowote ilioleta hii cable, na kwasasa hata sisikii hata tukiambiwa kinachoendelea, wahusika tupeni updates jamani ili tujue kama kuna kupata unafuu wa gharama za mtandao au ni uzushi tu wa kibongo.
     
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    Hakuna kitu kama hicho Tanzania, Sijawahi kuona Nchi yenye wizi kama TTCL maana eti kufursing kwa MB kweli ni wezi
     
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    Inasemwa kwamba bei za TTCL zitaanza OCTOBER 1st. Huenda tukaanza kuona changes wakati huo
     
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    itakuwa ajabu mno! maana hatujazoea kuona bei zikishuka, ila hizi zote nahisi ni hadithi za mganga pazi TTCL ninayoifahamu mimi kamwe haiwezi kuwa nafuu basi kama ikiwa nafuu kale kamfumo ka wizi wao ndo katazidi yaani kama ukiweka 20000tsh basi itaisha bila we mwenyewe kujua umefanyia nini.
     
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    mnyamwezi Member

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    VODACOM INTERNET PRICING.
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    Duh!Hii kali!Dictionary gani unatumia kaka?
     
  14. TTCL Wamepunguza bei kidogo
     
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    Hawapo competent na bado wanajiendesha kiNyerere Nyerere, kuwa wao no shirika la uma, likifa hakuna uwajibikaji. Na ndio maana lilikufa, likafufuliwa kiaibu aibu. Na halina muda litaaga dunia kama yalivyoaga mashirika yote ya kinafiki yaliyoanzishwa na Nyerere na wenzake.
     
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