MTN Uganda scoops Best Network accolade within MTN Group
MTN Uganda has scooped the ‘Best Network Experience Award’ among all 22 MTN Operations during the MTN Group Leadership Forum held in South Africa. This award was announced and presented to the Uganda leadership team during a Gala Dinner held on 17th October 2016.
Smart Parent is a child monitoring app every Ugandan parent should embrace.
Moquid, A Ugandan software company has signed a licensing agreement with Smart Initiative of Rwanda to launch the Smart parent app. The Smart Parent App is a tracking and monitoring software that notifies schools about the student’s behavior, health status, hygiene, class room attendance and discipline. This is done on a daily basis and reports are then sent to the parents. This is done through SMS or other internet solutions, reports the The New Times of Rwanda.
Come November 1st, Techjaja will get a refresh
Content creation especially in a niche segment like technology in a country like Uganda or even the Africa can be challenging. How that content is presented to the end user is also a different piece of a puzzle all together. If you’ve been with us since day one, you have seen Techjaja evolve with different looks from Techjaja 1.0 to our last major refresh version Techjaja 4.0 code named internally as Project Sparrow. This brought forth more content and several experimental ideas that were received positively.
MoKash has dished out 1 Billion in loans
Towards the end of last month we reported about MoKash garnering over 600,000 users, an impressive feat given it was just 2 months old on the market. Now Daily Monitor reports that the mobile micro-lending and saving platform has been adding an average of 15,000 customers per day, reaching 920,000 over the period and has been able to dish out 1B UGX in loans in the same period.
MTN Uganda is officially 18 years old
After turning 18 years, MTN is officially celebrating by giving back to its customers. The everywhere you go carrier is dishing out free talk time of 10 minutes to its subscribers as a way of celebrating their longstanding relationship with them.
UCC seeks to obtain your input to develop a standard for digital video broadcast receivers to be used in Uganda
In order to safeguard the interests of consumers and operators as regards the quality of communications services and equipment, the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has set out to seek opinions from several stakeholders in regards to the current and future TV broadcasting receiver standards. Currently, UCC has in place the minimum specifications for TV Set Top Boxes (STBs) and Integrated Digital Television (IDTV) sets for Digital Terrestrial (DTT) services.
Airtel scraps off some monthly data bundles
Airtel Uganda is scrapping off some monthly data bundles of 350MB, 750MB, 1.5GB & 17GB.This new development will now leave only 9 monthly bundles out of the 13 that were offered prior to this announcement. The new changes are effective today of the 21st of October.
On its 18th birthday, MTN Uganda is more indispensable than ever
MTN Uganda is finally legal to 'drink' and 'vote'. Tomorrow, the company celebrates 18 years since it launched its operations in Uganda. It officially started operations in Uganda on the 21st of October 1998 and tomorrow will mark 18 years of service to Ugandans. In its 18 years of existence, MTN has grown from the Uganda’s
Kisafi, an Uber for home cleaning services is launching in Uganda.
Kisafi that describes itself as the only tech platform in Africa for requesting laundry and home cleaning is launching in Uganda. Call it an on-demand home cleaning, laundry/dry-cleaning, pickup and delivery services. Something they promise to do at the tap of a button.