Tag: Roke Telkom

7 things that Telecom companies in Uganda should do in...

As we usher in the new year, telecom companies in Uganda need to looked as more closely than ever before especially in an industry dominated by big players like MTN and Airtel.

Roke Telkom might move into voice and also offer triple play...

In a recent interview between Roke Telkom’s Chief Operating Officer, James Byaruhanga and The Independent, he hinted about the ISP entering the voice segment of the telecom's space by becoming a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) through leasing excess bandwidth from traditional players

ROKE Telkom is giving away Blankets & Wine tickets, but there...

Roke Telkom, a co-sponsor to the upcoming Blankets & Wine XV Edition is giving out free tickets but with a catch of course. All you have to do is upgrade to or sign up for their Roke Mega internet package and you are an instant winner.

How to buy data vouchers over USSD

The advent of smartphones has relegated the use of oldtimers like USSD to oblivion, being replaced by apps each passing day. Fret not if you haven’t jumped on the smartphone bandwagon and even if you’re, it will solve you the hassle of having to look for ISP agents, who are a rarity by the way or looking for a point of sale terminal like Payway, Pebuu, New Pay among others such that you can buy voucher cards for the likes of Roke Telkom, Vodafone or Smile since these have a limited retail presence and agent network.

Roke Telkom unveils the Roke Mega data bundle

RokeTelkom has this month launched its latest data bundle called “Roke Mega”. The bundle is targeted to small and medium sized businesses

Roke Telkom finally unveils WiFi scratch cards

In December last year, Roke Telkom and Google launched a fast WiFi network in Kampala which have come to be known as Rokespots, that have opened the Wi-Fi experience to city dwellers. This week, the company unveiled the Roke Telkom vouchers, which are basically WiFi scratch cards. Roke Telkom‘s WiFi network uses Google’s Project Link fiber with over 120 hotspots around Kampala allowing people to access the internet on their phones, tablets and any other WiFi capable device.