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Jumia Food launches a new alcohol quick delivery app called Jumia Party

Jumia Food launched the Jumia Party a New 1 hour alcohol delivery service App in Kampala. The new app gives users access to a full marketplace of spirits, wines, beers and mixers so that the process of picking the evening’s inebriate of choice feels a lot like ordering food from Jumia Food. Just with alcohol accompanying the order.
UTL signs MoU with Xinlan Group make phones in Uganda

UTL confirms over UGX 400 billion made-up claims, as Govt signs MoU with Chinese...

Seven months into administration, the debt riddled Uganda Telecom, has been dealing with a combined obligation of half a trillion Ugandan shillings owed to the creditors as well pending dues from government agencies.

Infinix launches the Zero 5. Checkout  the specs, pricing and where to buy from

We haven’t been short of smartphone launches for the past couple of months and Infinix is no exception. They launched their flagship device, the Zero 5 in Dubai and boy it hasn't disappointed our expectations.

4 reasons why you should maxout and choose GoTV Max

GoTV Max launched a couple of weeks ago and as always, everyone was asking what is new with this bouquet and why on earth would they choose it over what is seemingly an already good deal from GoTV.
Firefox Quantumvideo

You have to upgrade to the latest Firefox Quantum: Comes with a faster browser...

Mozilla has shaken things up with an all new Firefox 57, branded Firefox Quantum, for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS. Firefox Quantum is “by far the biggest update since Firefox 1.0 in 2004,” according to the company and brings massiv

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Twitter can now support super long names up to 50 charters

Those twitter users with super long names should now a reason to rejoice as the social media platform will now support long display names such as SsemakookiroMusajjaWakabaka

The Ministry of Finance is drafting a policy to regulate mobile financial technologies

When you move around the streets of Kampala, it is evident that Ugandans are more connected to the web through their mobile phones. This has also risen to more innovation in the financial and telecom sectors that has led to incorporation of mobile money services
10 things you must know about MTN 4G LTE

4G-LTE subscriptions in Sub-Saharan Africa are expected to grow by 310 million in 2023

The latest regional appendix to the upcoming Ericsson Mobility Report forecasts that LTE subscriptions will expand by 47 percent from 30 million in 2017 to 310 million by 2023 in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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