Vodacom Tanzania Launches 5G Network 2022 Vodacom Tanzania Launches 5G Network 2022 Tanzania for the first time launches . The vodacomtanzania company in Tanzania has launched 5G technology that will make it easier for people to communicate through different parts of the world. is the fifth generation of long-term evolution in communication issues on various devices such as phones, computers, tablets, cars, etc.Vodacom 5G,5G Ya Vodacom 2022
So if you see the word G in 5G, it means Generation. to bring to Tanzania to help Tanzanians to be able to communicate very easily through various networks Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Whatsapp in the world.
If you use 5G, it has more speed and efficiency in searching for something up to 500mbps per second, it is a great speed that gives freedom to a person to use without any problem. Also, if you are a fan of watching videos online, then you will watch it in high quality. How do you see 5G technology in Tanzania as a network stakeholder, will it help or else let us know?
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“Our promise is to continue using technology to improve the lives of Tanzanians and lead the digital transformation. As we launch 5G we plan to reach 90 percent of Tanzanians with 3G and 45 by 2024,” said Vodacom’s Bujiku.
In terms of speed, 5G offers 40 times more speed and efficiency reaching up to 500mbps with enough spectrum. When tested on a mobile device at the launch, the 5G network reached 287mbps within less than 4 seconds.
Addressing the audience, Vodacom Tanzania Director of Network, Mr Andrew Lupembe provided context on why 5G instead of enhancing 4G in the country, he said; “4G is good, but due to community demands, there was a need for higher technology with low lateceny, hence 5G. It will address a lot of challenges in Tanzania,” he explained.
Roll out of 5G will start with establishment of over 200 5G sites in Tanzania’s regions such as Dar es Salaam, Arusha, Dodoma, Mwanza, Iringa, Kagera, Njombe, and also Zanzibar, among other areas by November 2022.
It will be available to fixed customers on small and medium enterprises.
With 5G, businesses should look forward to great transformation such as internet of things, artificial intelligence, remote access of Healthcare, among other great rewards in sectors such as education, transportation, tourism.
“Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) set up a technology neutral spectrum that enabled us to invest and launch 5G,” Mr Lupembe said.
On the role of the government in enabling a conducive environment for technology and digital transformation, Mr Nape said this latest development is a welcome milestone and a step towards Tanzania achieving its digital economy journey and fourth industrial revolution.
“We are joining an elite league of countries in Africa and the world who’ve launched 5G technology. The future is innovation and this is a good step. Through TCRA Tanzania is embarking on great digital development projects such as constructing the National Fibre Optic Cable network named as National ICT Broadband Backbone (NICTBB) with a view to achieve greater connectivity across the country and beyond,” said Nape.
The minister added that technology and human spirit can create a better future for Tanzania. “This is going to be a game changer for our country. Botswana, Egypt, Gabon, Lesotho, South Africa, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Kenya and Nigeria all launched 5G before us, but now we are also on the platform, and it is a big step forward.
Such a milestone manifests the benefits of our IT policies. We want to turn Tanzania into a digital economy and change lives through technology.
Today the world is led by innovation through AI, internet of things, robotics, and I want Tanzania to play a part in these advancements,” said Nape.
On May 20 when tabling his ministry’s budget Nape said Tanzania will launch 5G this financial year, “I thank Vodacom Tanzania for making this a reality,” he said.
Another highlight of the game changing development included Mr Nape interacting with the host and audience at the launch venue virtually through 3D hologram – the first in Tanzania, and first two-way hologram worldwide.