Airtime scratch cards infamously received a price hike and the uproar by consumers made many reconsider their stance on the issue. Apologies were issued and recommendations suggested just to bypass the surcharge by distributors and retailers imposed on consumers.
Uganda Telecom (UTL) creditors have given the legendary telecommunications company 6 months to clear outstanding debts amounting to over sh 500 billion.In a closed door meeting between over 100 UTL creditors with the current management body the Uganda registration services bureau, NSSF one of the key UTL creditors noted that the company had been given enough time to clear all outstanding debts,thus extending the repayment period would be important for the administrator URSB.
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.
In move to harmonize of the ICT sector in Uganda, the ICT ministry has scripted along letter to the Ministry of finance expressing their dissatisfaction in regards to the directive that was passed that
In a bid to rectify mistakes by the past Uganda Telecom (UTL) management, the team appointed to revive UTL led by Twebaze Bemanya is busy addressing all the concerns
First, let us get the abbreviations off the table. NBI is short for National Backbone Infrastructure, a network of connected internet infrastructure (cables) connecting most government Ministries, Departments and Agencies(MDAs) spread across Uganda while NITA is short for