Libya Telecom & Technology

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Libya Telecom & Technology (LTT)
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 1997
Headquarters Tripoli, Libya
Key people

Muhammad Gaddafi (2004-2011)

Saad Ksheer (March 2012-present)
Products Telephone
Internet Access
Mobile Telephony
Parent GPTC of Libya (public)

Libya Telecom & Technology (LTT) (Arabic: ليبيا للاتصالات والتقنية‎) was established in 1997 as a private company by Muhammad Gaddafi. LTT remains a state owned monopoly which continues to dominate the sector. LTT is Libya's most-used service provider, and much of the country's 5.6% (380,000 user) Internet penetration is attributable to its DSL and WiMAX services. Muhammad Gaddafi was the Chairman of LTT and all telecom companies in Libya.

After the Libyan Civil War and the subsequent collapse of the Gaddafi regime, LTT is trying to revamp its network and services. However, internal conflict and rising strain on services means many popular provisions have been plagued by network congestion and poor reception.

In March 2012, Saad Ksheer was appointed CEO of the company, following his previous posts with Microsoft and NCR in the USA and UAE. Later Saad was sacked and replaced.


Internet access solutions[edit]

  • Dial-up internet access
  • Libya DSL (ADSL2+)
  • LibyaMAX (WiMAX)
  • LibyaPhone (MVNO Mobile)
  • Libya FTTH (Fiber to the home)
  • Satellite (DVB-RCS) Access

Data network connection solutions[edit]

  • Data network via wireless
  • Data network via VSAT

Communication solutions[edit]

  • VSAT
  • Microwave
  • GSM

Value-added services[edit]

  • Webhosting and e-mail services
  • Network security services

Consultation services[edit]

  • Technology and communications

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