From July to September 2007 a series of moderate earthquakes struck the area South of the Gelai volcano, located on the Eastern branch of the East African Rift (North Tanzania). Most deformation patterns detected by InSAR in these period are very complex, impeding proper interpretation. To decrease the complexity of the models of the deformation, this study proposes two strategies of combining data from different tracks and sensors. In a first stage a method is proposed to correct unwrapping errors in C-band using the much more coherent L-band data. Furthermore, a modeling optimization method is explored, which aims at the decomposition of the deformation in smaller temporal baselines, by means of creating new, artificial interferograms and the use of models. Due to the higher coherence level and fewer phase cycles in L-band, the deformation interpretation is facilitated but model residual interpretation has become more difficult compared to C-band.