Communication in Mwanza | Mwanza Town
Communication Network in Mwanza:
Mwanza City is endowed with reasonably good communication infrastructure. Because of its economic importance in the Lake-zone and a good transport system, many communication companies have opened offices in the City.
Radio: There are two radio stations in the City i.e. Radio Free Africa owned by Sahara Communication and SAUT Radio owned by Roman Catholic Church.
TV Stations: There is one TV Station known as Star – TV that was opened in year 2000. It uses satellite transmission and again it is owned by Sahara Communication. The TV coverage is 90% in Mwanza region.
Land Lines Telephones: Telephone communication is supplied by TCCL for landlines that link the city to the rest of the world.
Cellular phone: The cellular phone companies operating in the City include VODACOM, AIRTEL, TIGO, ZANTEL, and HALOTEL. They are functional, effective and efficient.
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