A few weeks ago, we hit the interwebs with an exclusive story about the biggest telecom in the country finally giving unlimited internet a shot. It has been business as usual at MTN Uganda and not at one time had it tried sailing in the waters of unlimited internet. And so, it came as a surprise to many that finally big yellow wants to give the likes of Smile and Africell a run for their money.
MTN Uganda today announced a long-awaited product to its internet offering; allowing customers to purchase monthly Unlimited Internet packages. The move is significant as it offers customers a chance to enjoy high speed internet with no data caps and no MBs to recharge.
It has been over six days and millions of Ugandans have had their phone disconnected after the expiry of the deadline to have their SIM cards registered and verified. The executive director of the Ugandan Communications Commission (UCC), Godfrey Mutabazi
We've always asked MTN to give its users unlimited internet offerings, not once but twice and today, it seems Uganda's telecom giant has finally answered the people's prayers. MTN Unlimited Internet promises high speed internet anywhere across the country with
South African technology blog, My BroadBand reports that MTN is in discussions to buy pan African satellite TV provider, Multichoice. Multichoice is the owner of DSTV, the defacto leader in satellite TV across Africa, GoTV, the Box Office movie rental service, DSTV Now, Catch Up among others.