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In networking tongues, 2G stands for Second generation networks while 3G is outright its successor, same as 4G is an incremental improvement to 3G. Word reaching our desk is that MTN Uganda is soon phasing out its 2G network in favour of 3G given the many advantages that accrue to the latter.
Jumia is well, known for being an online marketplace and over the years has expanded its product categories to include not just electronics, appliances and Fashion accessories but now includes an online bar among other items.
Vodafone Uganda has announced its sponsorship in this year’s Top 100 Mid- sized companies survey. The leading 4G LTE telecom operator has taken deliberate steps to close the digital divide following its differentiated focus on the youth, young professionals and SMEs.
In a tweet sent out to the public, communications regulator The Ugandan Communications Commission (UCC) has called upon startups, Incubation hubs or Ugandans with emerging ICT businesses as well as 'high impact' ICT innovations to seek financial support through its Incubation Support Initiative (ISI).
Uganda Telecom has launched a partnership with PayWay; a leading brand vending payments system through which Uganda Telecom Msente customers will be able to deposit and withdraw money from any and all PayWay machines, agents and dealer outlets countrywide.
Kenya’s biggest telco Safaricom, apparently is launching a stand alone music streaming service, allowing musicians to upload a great amount of their creative work to the service while also allowing its subscribers to listen to it.