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Telecom Authority opens GSM monitoring system

By Richmond Paye
LTA Board Chairman, Angelique Weeks
LTA Board Chairman, Angelique Weeks

(mylbsonline/Liberia)-The Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) has opened the first International Gateway Monitoring System (IGM) in Liberia.

According to LTA Board Chairman, Angelique Weeks, the System will monitor incoming traffic, or incoming calls.

Madam Weeks said: “The System will also monitor the quality of services being provided by GSM companies in the country.”

“Few GSM companies, including Lone Star, Comium, amongst others, have already been registered with the System,” she said.

Madam Weeks made the statements at the opening ceremony of the International Gateway Monitoring System’s offices in Congo Town, suburb of the Liberian Capital, Monrovia.

Also speaking at the ceremony, Liberia’s Vice President, Joseph Boakai, described the System as good mechanism for ensuring transparency in the communication sector of the country.

Vice President Boakai said: “The System will generate more revenues for the Government.”

 


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