Libya Telecom & Technology
Muhammad Gaddafi (2004-2011)Saad Ksheer (March 2012-present)
|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 libyan ISP 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, due to internal conflict and rising strain on services, many popular provisions have been plagued by network congestion and poor reception.
If a consumer poll were to be released on how well LTT supplies its networking service, it would ( speculatively[original research?] ) receive one of the worlds lowest internet providers ranking with much needed room for improvement. LTT has informed its consumers that the slow speeds are due to poor reception, however this does not appear to be the case, as it seems that speeds are either capped or the network is simply not working to its full potential as advertised and sold.
Libya is in dire need of up to standard 'Internationally accepted' Internet networking service speeds ( 2015 ) , all of which are yet to be supplied by companies interested in investing in the young and extremely potential market with little competition in Libya.
Internet access solutions
- 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
- Data network via wireless
- Data network via VSAT
- Webhosting and e-mail services
- Network security services
- Technology and communications