Halotel Tanzania and the Universal Communication Services Access Fund (UCSAF) have come together in a partnership deal that will see over 100 villages in border areas benefit with communications services. The deal is set to improve infrastructure in the underdeveloped areas of the country to steer their vision.
Halotel Tanzania will straightway see the erection of 47 new towers across the state as a gesture of helping government’s initiatives to provide communications in the rural areas. With the aid of UCSAF, the communications services will be effective in these areas that will be a boost in development.
Halotel Tanzania is committed to the new tasks, echoing they will do all they can to ensure a quality job has been done. This is also a goal to be achieved of connecting rural areas with communications services. Already constructions are under way for the towers as Halotel Tanzania is set to honor the agreements with the government.
“We are working towards supplying communications services to over 100 villages. We have also agreed to focus on villages situated in border areas of the country and to those not accessed easily. And to the areas that have not been reached with our services, we’d like to assure you that they will be covered in time so as to go with the current government’s pace in implementing her priorities,” said Binh.
“It is our goal to extend the best communications services to the identified areas. We have a plan to cover the whole country with our services and accomplish UCSAF’s mission as agreed. This will add the value of our investment up to 1.6 billion USD.”