Tag: Africell Uganda
The hot-off-the-press 'State of Mobile Networks: East Africa' report is our first look at the Great lake's region mobile networking landscape using Open Signal.
ven with the pending opening of Universities because of the continued strike, Africell may have the university students in their plans of giving away data combos. When university successfully opens, Africell is set to offer University students free special “golden SIM cards” that are ready for use on loading of start off data.
The Unwanted witness Uganda last week petitioned the communications regulator UCC to investigate the dubious and continuous illegal billing of consumers by MTN Uganda and Africel Uganda, for both voice and data without any service offered. In a letter to the sent to the commission, the non partisan and non-profit
Just days after MTN Uganda announced that it will be giving away free 4G SIM cards, Africell Uganda, has today come out to make the deal even sweeter, not only will you get a free 4G SIM when you swap with you current SIM card, subscribers will also get 1 free GB of data free for swapping their current sim cards for the much faster 4G LTE sim cards that the giant telecom is positioning. Africell says with the completion of laying their high speed 4G cables across the country, customers can now make use of the improved data speeds and limited drop calls.
Last Friday, Airtel issued a statement to sections of the media in response to our earlier issue concerning fiber optic diversion by their teams. The Lebanese telecom firm, Africell was disappointed that Airtel Uganda had gone ahead to provide inaccurate and false information to the general public regarding the status of the fiber optic cables as well as matters in court.
Airtel and Africell Uganda have closed off this week on a heated note, each carrier accusing the other of sabotage. This whole drama started in an obviously disguised press release press release that was sent to several media houses copy of which this blog received. The well crafted statement accused the Airtel as a major player for unfair practices against the growing brands